My worldview is essentially the existence of a singular structured world that is consistent with consciousness, possessing the same quality and universality, and serving as a common language among all components of the universe. Objectivity or subjectivity are both beneath this qualitative structure; they originate from a source and are translated in the mind of the writer or viewer.
In my perspective, art is initially a linguistic consciousness and quality that forms in my mind, then manifests as reality in the language of color and imagery. Its mission is to express and communicate content and quality, but in the form of visual elements.
An abstract approach can be one of the best formats for such conversations because simple language and consistent translation are required to express something simple.
Accordingly, a reality that corresponds to a concrete nature and possesses a general and perceived quality is required, representing objective and mental attributes. The contradiction or coexistence of these two aspects is an indication of the truth born from reality.
In other words, existence is born from non-existence.
Omid Beiragh was born in Tabriz, Iran in 1987. He graduated from Mirk Fine Arts Conservatory in 2004, obtained a B.A. in Painting from Islamic Azad University in 2009, and completed an M.A. in Painting from the Faculty of Art and Architecture in 2011.