معبد اثر جان نوتن

ریویوی من از اثر “معبد” اینستالیشنی از “جان نوتن “را به همراه فیلمی از این اثر به تصویر در آمده توسط دلشاد امامی:


“This is a provoking piece of art which was installed in one of the main streets of Toronto’s downtown. Night walkers of Toronto in the crowded la nuit blanche saw a shrine made of recycle bins. More than 100 recycle bins were delicately carved to create a Gothic cathedral. People, drunk, drowsy or sober were standing in a long row, waiting more than 20 minutes in the heart of an ongoing night, just to bow and enter into this provoking shrine. What was it? Was it to remind us of primordial shrines and their materials? Was it to criticize the religious tradition which has led to “Golden” shrines? Was it to create an atmosphere in which one could relate this space with geopolitics; the phenomena that “space” is impregnated with ideology? Should we think twice about recycles and the situation of raw materials in our chaotic contemporary world? Should a Christ-figure go in and ruin this temple of wicked men? Being in this temple, viewer had to give a certain answer to an uncertain question.”

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