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Inspired by the well known painting of “Scream” by Edward Munch, I portrayed my self screaming of all the unfair acts of so called “close-people”.

Shown as snakes all around my head, are the “friends” and trusted people that became sneaky in the end. 

Screaming of unspoken words and feelings that wounded me.
I am portraying myself at that moment in life.
Inspired by the well known painting of “Scream” by Edward Munch, I portrayed my self screaming of all the unfair acts of so called “close-people”.

Shown as snakes all around my head, are the “friends” and trusted people that became sneaky in the end. 

Screaming of unspoken words and feelings that wounded me.
I am portraying myself at that moment in life.
Inspired by the well known painting of “Scream” by Edward Munch, I portrayed my self screaming of all the unfair acts of so called “close-people”.

Shown as snakes all around my head, are the “friends” and trusted people that became sneaky in the end. 

Screaming of unspoken words and feelings that wounded me.
I am portraying myself at that moment in life.
Inspired by the well known painting of “Scream” by Edward Munch, I portrayed my self screaming of all the unfair acts of so called “close-people”.

Shown as snakes all around my head, are the “friends” and trusted people that became sneaky in the end. 

Screaming of unspoken words and feelings that wounded me.
I am portraying myself at that moment in life.
Inspired by the well known painting of “Scream” by Edward Munch, I portrayed my self screaming of all the unfair acts of so called “close-people”.

Shown as snakes all around my head, are the “friends” and trusted people that became sneaky in the end. 

Screaming of unspoken words and feelings that wounded me.
I am portraying myself at that moment in life.
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Self-Portrait, Scream and "Friends" Sculpture

Mehnoush Modonpour

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Sculpture, Ceramic on Ceramic

Size: 16.9 W x 8.7 H x 16.9 D in

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Inspired by the well known painting of “Scream” by Edward Munch, I portrayed my self screaming of all the unfair acts of so called “close-people”. Shown as snakes all around my head, are the “friends” and trusted people that became sneaky in the end. Screaming of unspoken words and feelings that wounded me. I am portraying myself at that moment in life.

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Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

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Size:16.9 W x 8.7 H x 16.9 D in

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“Born in Tehran, Iran, as a woman, I have experienced revolution, immigration, war and different cultures in varying phases of my life. Throughout these experiences my work has often gone outside the “traditional” boundaries of my culture. My work would seem to defy certain concepts that I have been taught to ‘obey’. I have come to believe that ignorance is the source of human suffering. However, my work shows a break from my cultural traditions while also showing the consequences that comes of ignorance. With my personal life experiences and understandings of different cultures and religions, I also believe in human connection and equality despite differences in ethnicity, gender, religion and culture. Therefore my work explores the relationship between human, its surrounding, and everything in between.”

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