In the past, arts such as tile working and architecture had close relation with the daily life of Iranian people. For this reason, the geometrics used in these artworks, which were used in the architecture of mosques and historical constructions, are remarkable in the eyes of this people. Indeed, the harmony and symmetry of these artworks also belong to the Iranian arts. The composition of simple geometrical surfaces (square, rectangle, triangle, and trapezoid), the spaces made from junctions, fractures and folds, and the angle of these sculptures, unconsciously remind the common spectator of Shamse and Mogharnas existing in tile working. and the traditional architecture of Iran, whereas in these sculptures there is no direct pointing to these shapes. The full and empty spaces in these attract the spectatorís sight, so he can be successful in understanding these traditional and familiar shapes in the movement of these forms.
The purpose of following this method of expression in making different sculptures is to obtain new forms (in very different variations, models, and possibilities with very simple structure and components), to find a new way to express and demonstrate traditional Iranian geometrical shapes and presenting them in a modern manner with new structure in sculpting.
The purpose is to extract and sculpt these simple and eye catching geometrical harmonies. The aim is to understand geometry as sculpture, which in traditional arts have always been trapped on the surface and didnít have the possibility of presentation in the shape of independent sculpture.
In this perspective, my works have two main characteristics of Iranian arts. The first characteristic is the movement from simplicity to complexity and again towards simplicity. The second characteristic is the use of the full and empty spaces as a way of indirect expression. The use of very simple elements, and their complex composition leads to a whole simple form, which presents a geometrical shape in the form of negative space, an indirect way of expression.