In an attempt to overcome her fear of the color white, Abedi‘s objects set in Hellenistic-style tackle themes of extreme fear and loneliness. White objects, statues and fabrics, are displayed over backgrounds of white plastered walls or concealed behind folds of white curtains. Perhaps borne of her fear to appear in public clad in white colored clothing, Abedi substitutes these figurines and plates to...
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