Mehrdad Eskandari : “Black Hole”

Mehrdad Eskandari Dana (b. 1990, Tehran, Iran) studied Graphic Design at Farabi High School and started painting back then. He received his BA in Sculpture from Tehran University of Art. Eskandari Dana lives and works in Karaj, Iran.
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A black hole is a region of space-time, exhibiting such strong gravitational effects that nothing—not even particles and electromagnetic radiation such as light—can escape from inside it. It is invisible because no light comes out of it, but its presence can be recognized by its interaction with the mass that surrounds it. With the space-time theory and making a single curved space, physicists have simplified physics both in cosmic and atomic levels. Motion is a collection of textures and processes, with which man makes intelligible mental images. Imagination, here, begins with presumptions, and presumptions organize frameworks of regulations that dominate them; thus, a behavior is formed vis-à-vis the material: and an open, limitless diagram is formed from the interaction of one, two, and hundreds of things in a predefined framework; a new photograph for an old album. Shadows do not have boundaries: they make boundaries.

Mehrdad Eskandari, “Pieces 1 & 2”, From “Black Hole” Series, Mixed Media: (Iron, Wood and Magnet), In Box (32 x 18 x 12 cm), 2016
Mehrdad Eskandari, Untitled, From “Black Hole” Series, Mixed Media on Cardboard, 20 x 25 cm,  2011
Mehrdad Eskandari, “46 + 2”, From “Black Hole” Series, Mixed Media: (Image: Print on Photo Paper , Sculpture: Iron), (Sculpture: 46 x 46 x 48 cm ,Image: 23 x 28 cm), 2016
Mehrdad Eskandari, “46 + 2”, From “Black Hole” Series, Mixed Media: (Image: Print on Photo Paper , Sculpture: Iron), (Sculpture: 46 x 46 x 48 cm ,Image: 23 x 28 cm), 2016
Mehrdad Eskandari, “46 + 2”, “Black Hole” Series, Installation View, 2017
Mehrdad Eskandari, “Black Hole No.3”, From “Black Hole” Series, Iron,  85 x 85 x 85 cm, Unique Edition, 2016
Mehrdad Eskandari, Untitled, From “Black Hole” series, Mixed Media on Cardboard, Each: 25 x 35 cm, 2011