Nima Sayyadian (b. 1990, Ramsar, Iran) has received his BFA In Painting from Marlik University, Nowshahr and his MFA in Painting from the Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch. His work has been included in several group shows. Sayyadian lives in Karaj and works in Tehran.
The skeptics have always resorted to a sense of suspension in the face of any confrontation between sensations and perceptions, which can neither be abandoned nor denied. It was seen not merely as a kind of negligence but as an experience of possibility (potentiality); i.e., anything that falls within the coordinates of existence and non-existence, sensible and tangible, and the word “object.” Potentiality is inextricably linked to a lack thereof, so not being able is a deprivation, contrary to being able. This project is an attempt to read/suspend the actions of a subject who is detached from his or her disability and constantly overlooks it; not in the sense that it is able of inability.