There are times that the ” Self ” is deconstruct and all the establishments of the world lose sense.
Facts and fantasies interwoven together, fabricating the time-space context of reality, all refer to a single point of certainty; The one establishing point. The one point of being and end; The self. The deconstruction movement is the moment of fracture of this contexture.
All the relativities are destructed at the deconstruction and all standards to distinguish between fantasy and reality begin to demolish. No dissection between the lived and unlived and the willed and unwilled
Everything just endures its presence; marshes before the eyes and leaves no choice but to sit and passively watch.
There is no “Self” left and the only and the certainty point reduces to the belief that these fractured segments of lived and un lived are gathered around along with the distracted “Self” the world of co-existence of the reality and fantasy the world of phantasia.
The narratives of Homa Bazrafshan are such tight interwoven that it seems impossible to tell the lived and un-lived apart. One could find from her most personal instances to most universal archetypes expressed in her personal unique style. The expression is mostly sincere and personal as it has always been; yet outmost familiar as if it comprises fragments of the lived experience of the audience.
The lived and un-lived experiences of the world of fantasies; The world of phantasia.
University professor and art researcher