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Gol o Morgh

In Persian literature, the word Murgh (chicken) is used to refer to birds of any kind, but in informal speech, Murgh is primarily associated with pre-packed chicken that is ready to be consumed. It appears that in this semantic transition the delicate and shrewd birds of old poems have turned into hastily put-together plastic objects, and inherent concepts such as beauty, love, and freedom connote differently in contemporary life.
Gol o Morgh, Mirror, Fiberglass, Glass, 2017
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