The saying goes that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. It occurs in places you least expect.
Revealing its art in the human body, but also cruelly absent in the presence of deformations and scars.
Visually and conceptually intriguing, the work of Ashkan Honarvar (1980) examines the ontology
of human existence and how humans relate to one another and the fluid, infinite universe they inhabit.
His method involves dissection – concretely of images and metaphorically of concepts, followed by
the collaging of juxtaposed images that create new meaning.