One can define a paradigm to reach the reality by observing all the dualities inherent in our culture. “Curtain” is only a symbol that depicts presence and absence, reality and dream, glory and contradiction, nostalgia and humor, as well as our sweet and not completely forgotten traditions.
Regardless of its colorfulness and dense designs, “Curtain” covers what lies behind and beyond it with ultimate subtlety and delicacy; as if others can see the hidden self. It is an interface between the viewer and the view; better yet, a substitute for either one. I suppose, it can also provide a view to our current state.
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