Memory Drain

In her work, Ghazel merges the agony of roots with a sense of humor that lies just beneath the skin, following a winding path that is called life… On her maps we see an amazingly comforting wandering, which emanates from her dynamic approach to life. Suitcases that are left in every corner of her bicolored world, offer a clear evidence of a human belonging to a world that transcends city, country and continent. Black and red - the colors of death and love. Two words that sum up the very meaning of life. Ghazel's art distinguishes itself by demonstrating our ability to not only rise above our pain, but also to smile at it.

Asal Bagheri, Phd
Lecturer in Linguistics & Semiology, Sorbonne University, Paris