The Night-Blinds Do Not Show Mercy to Each Other

Sara Abbasian

They are used to darkness and are tragically estranged from the light. They abide in the shadows and sightlessly survive. The dark of the night is a new opportunity for them to move: they find the brightness of their lives in this blackness. Merciless and soulless, in the name of life, they squirm in a dark abyss. They clumsily flutter to make one last-ditch effort. Their unusual lives boast another sense of precious life. A life thoroughly irrational, reminiscent of today’s society. The collection depicts a cannibal type of the species.

 

Sara Abbasian, Untitled, From “The Night-Blind Do Not Show Mercy to Each Other” Series, Pencil on Cardboard, 41 x 61 cm, 2018
Sara Abbasian, Untitled, From “The Night-Blind Do Not Show Mercy to Each Other” Series, Pencil on Cardboard,107 x 280 cm, 2018
Sara Abbasian, Untitled, From “The Night-Blind Do Not Show Mercy to Each Other” Series, Pencil on Cardboard, 41 x 61 cm, 2018
Sara Abbasian, Untitled, From “The Night-Blind Do Not Show Mercy to Each Other” Series, Pencil on Cardboard, 107 x 280 cm, 2018
Sara Abbasian, Untitled, From “The Night-Blind Do Not Show Mercy to Each Other” Series, Pencil on Cardboard, 107 x 280 cm, 2018
Sara Abbasian, “Factory 01” Group Exhibition, Installation View, 2018
Sara Abbasian, “Factory 01” Group Exhibition, Installation View, 2018
Sara Abbasian, “Factory 01” Group Exhibition, Installation View, 2018