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Yassi Mazandi creates works that are visually engrossing, intricate, and mysterious. They seem simultaneously ancient and futuristic, mechanical and natural – equally referencing toothy cogs, skeletons, and the geometric patterning of some ancient civilization. These complex forms initially were divined from thrown ceramic vessels, with manual cuts and bends in the pliable material resulting in rhythmic objects –fragile but potent ceremonial vessels. They are often presented monochromatically, emphasizing the organic and elemental and clarifying the complex forms. While the patterns are based on mathematical principles, they are not simply systematic as the hand of the artist always intervenes, pulling, carving, finishing and layering.

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Clafoutis, a food chakra, 2014
Ink and watercolor on Japanese paper
56 x 43 cm (22.05 x 16.93 in) - Frame dimensions available upon request
Framed
Courtesy of the artist and Maloney Fine art Gallery Los Angeles

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Yassi Mazandi
Clafoutis, a food chakra
  • Dimensions
    56 x 43 cm (22.05 x 16.93 in) - Frame dimensions available upon request