The works that appear to us here depict a historical narratives that are hard to manipulate. However, Negar Fadaei’s attention to form and content draws us to a new narrative while respecting the original. Perhaps, more than relying on the original works, these works are marked by the paradigm of each one of us as contemporary men that is formally inseparable from the content of the original narrative.
She creates the “endless recurrence” that with all similarities to the original bears witness to her time and its particular concerns. Perhaps she is telling us that all human history is the endless recurrence of human concerns that has been depicted and narrated by many across history and has made a mark in our contemporary thought.