Bird, Mother, Kid. Oil on canvas, early work by Farangis Yegane.
On the Water
Women as Wall
Women as Wall, oil on canvas, early work by Farangis Yegane
no rubbing of belly-against-belly,
no ticklishness of the skin.
Always so factual,
logical, so argumentative,
in constructed protection rooms.
Green Woman, Environment
Green Woman, Environment, early work by Farangis Yegane, oil on canvas.
The earth is the very quintessence of the human condition, and earthly nature, for all we know, may be unique in the universe in providing human beings with a habitat in which they can move and breathe without effort and without artifice. The human artifice of the world separates human existence from all animal environment, but life itself is outside this artificial world, and through life man remains related to all other living organisms. For some time now, a great many scientific endeavors have been directed toward making life also “artificial,” toward cutting the last tie through which even man belongs among the children of nature. – Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition