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Simorgh Project

This project is the arrangement of ceramic birds in Tabriz Art University that retells the story (Manteg Al-tayer) of Attar. In Simorgh story, some of the birds have decided to travel the seventh domains namely demand, love, cognition, needlessness, monotheism, amazement, and annihilation in order to reach Simorgh (a legendary bird). Finally, thirty birds arrive at the final level and understand that Simorgh is nothing except their own existence reality.

                                                                               

 

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Simorq Project

2006-2010

Slip casting earthenware, Mat glaze, Colored Steel

Tabriz Islamic Art University

                   

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Simorq Project, 2006-2010 11 Aug 2016
Simorq Project, 2006-2010 Slip casting earthenware, White mat glaze, Colored steel, located in Tabriz Art University, Iran, Photo by Majid Ziaee
Simorq Project, 2006-2010 Gallery: Simorq Project Description: Slip casting earthenware, White mat glaze, Colored steel, located in Tabriz Art University, Iran, Photo by Majid Ziaee
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