The presence of objects has a reliquary essence in Zarrin’s works. In the process of drawing she tends to discover her inner being. It manifests as a response to interactions with natural objects, places, and people, an extension of the memories that she has of them. The objects therefore have allegorical meaning for her obsession with bodily parts, which gets romantically translated through objects. “Woman” has been a recurrent theme in her practice, through the meticulously painted images of perishable natural objects; she tends to suggest the feminine emotions, their sensitivity and fragility of their existence. The morbid tone with monochromatic palette speaks of grief, loss, pain and death.It also derives its essence from the nature’s color of decay. She is also drawn towards the natural and the organic because of its ability to germinate, enfold, enlarge and continue the cycle of existence . The body gets transformed throughout one’s life; several times the female body is inflicted with violence disrupting her physical form and existence. The works are a metaphor to the pain and loss of body, it also suggests to the importance of preserving and caring for it.
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