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:: Volume 4, Issue 17 (12-2015) ::
کیمیای هنر 2015, 4(17): 16-31 Back to browse issues page
16th century Persian tiles in dialogue with 21st century digital tiles in the Sadrian universe
Azadeh Emadi *
School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology
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This article brings together tiles of 16th century Persian architecture and 21st century digital tiles of moving image to explore new potentials beyond the perceived image. As minimal parts of a bigger image, they both appear still and motionless. However, Persian Islamic philosopher, Mulla Sadrā Shirazi’s (1571-1640) theory of ‘substantial motion’ (al-harakat al-jawhariyya) argues that, at the level of substance, an invisible internal motion and change takes place. Due to this internal change, aspects of the Divine Being constantly manifest in the existence of entities. Sadrā’s unique view on existence suggests that all living and non-living entities, as manifestations of the Divine Being, have certain experiences of the universe. To think that an image, a tile, or a pixel, as an existing entity, has certain experiences can unfold new avenues for creative thinking/making in digital moving image that can reveal what is hidden from human perception.

Keywords: Digital video, Islamic philosophy, Mulla Sadrā Shirazi, Persian-Islamic art, tiles, pixels, Gilles Deleuze
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/06/18 | Accepted: 2016/06/18
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Emadi A. 16th century Persian tiles in dialogue with 21st century digital tiles in the Sadrian universe. کیمیای هنر 2015; 4 (17) :16-31
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