Sara’s photographs on display are on the theme of ‘Monotony’. As heteronym words in English, there are many words in the Persian language which are spelled identically but have different sounds and meanings. A couple of these words are those that mean "everyday life" and "death of day". The phrases which, in addition to the same dictation, are close in meaning these days. A large portion of women in Iran, seemingly die every day due to a set of conditions. Days pass and they are buried in themselves and in their everyday life with no perspective of a better future. Days for these women, repeat with no hope to the future, these days come fast and consequently that the soil suddenly swallows whole of their existence. They walk, work, see, hear, but do not know that each day, they are buried deeply in frustration and endlessness. Burial is a sign of death, and these women are planted in the soil and die every day due to the routine life. Although there are some women who try to avoid the death caused by the everyday life. Through her photographs, Sara wishes to accent these moments of fear, anxiety, clumsiness and depression.
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