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"Let it unveil itself to you as what it is as opposed to categorizing it." Among the ruins and contained figures, Ali Banisadr hears sounds travelling through walls, channeling an unknown psyche in Hieronymus Bosch's painting. The composition brings him into the painting through vision and sound, allowing him to be a part of the silence among figures.
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