artist: Karim Alahkhani
Photographer: Claudette Van de
Pulchri Gallery _ Den Haag -Holland/ 20018
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Title: Disintegration of a Unity Type of Artwork: Layout Artist: Karim Allahkhani A Discription of the Artwork I assure that the language of art is the most eloqunet language for establishing human relationships among different cultures. Hence, I decided to have my conversation with Netherlands people formed by an idea. Therefore, material selection as a means of expression was of particular importance to me. The soil of each land has a special sanctity to its people. I chose part of my country's soil from 40 km away my place of residence and transferred it to a brickyard in 55 km away baked pieces to a traditional enameling furnace in 70 km away my place of residence, and during a long process put all the pieces in a furnace at 1000 ° C. When I found out my words are baked enough for human interactions, I packed them to bring to the symposium. At this stage, along with the creation of my artwork, this feeling grew alive in me that I shall bring a gift to you likewise Iranian people throughout history who provided gifts as souvenirs for their hosts and guests. In this work of art, the relationship between human, soil and human again has been ascertained by the connection between contemporary art and traditional art (enameling), which has been applied in my culture as an artistic trend since several hundred years ago. As a result of the disintegration of a unity, my approach is that the earth and its soil belongs to all human beings, and we all share them so that we must work to preserve this unity.