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Shelter and more art by Nooshin Naficy

Shelter, 2020
46 x 46 inch (h x w)
Installation
wire
cloth
natural color

The world is in turmoil. Defenselessness, devastation, homelessness, immigration and feeling of insecurity has spread. We want to take refuge in a place that makes us feel safe, covers us, keeps us together, we want to have a cozy place where we can gather in ourselves and find peace.
“Shelter” is often a tiny place that may be built in circumstances of war, in the mountains, in snow and in harsh situations as a temporary way to survive emergencies. It is an extremely primitive, simple, equipment-free structure that resembles an animal's nest.
Shelters which cover but also reveal the body. Shelters which are protective but also floating and unstable. It is the shell and the body as well as a shelter for the soul …



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