Paper Information

Journal:   MOTALEATE TATBIGHI HONAR   SPRING-SUMMER 2014 , Volume 4 , Number 7; Page(s) 1 To 14.
 
Paper: 

THE SOCIAL LANDS AND ARTISTIC DISPARITIES IN IRAN (CASE STUDY: HAND-WOVEN CARPET IN CENTRAL IRAN)

 
 
Author(s):  BABAJAMALI FARHAD, RAMESHT MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN, MOHAMMADI MAHMOUD, MOQIMI EBRAHIM
 
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Abstract: 

The continuous happening of natural processes has provided various landscapes on the earth. Due to its special dynamism, Iran has landscapes in which notable differences are observable. Difference in landscape has led to various lands in the natural arena of Iran and consequently special social structures have been created in it each of which has particular rules and organization for its stability. Some components of such stability pertain to different aspects of their art such as hand-woven carpet. As a local art, such carpet has particular dimensions of spatial identity in social lands of Iran that, while having common features in all mentioned lands, has obvious disparities derived from disparity of spatial identity in each of them.
Accordingly, this study aims to explore new dimensions of spatial influences on such art by using systematic analysis as well as Niche space and Lound method in the field of interdisciplinary studies, and answer the following question: how much have the landscape differences resulted from environmental processes influenced the formation of Iranian social lands and the art of hand-woven carpet of such people?
The results of this study show that one of the important factors in the organization of Iran’s lands, especially central Iran, is their changing environmental components. This is obvious in the artistic disparities of such societies to the extent that disparity of carpet art has emerged with different degrees in them. In this regard, there is most disparity in urban societies whereas the least disparity belongs to rural societies.

 
Keyword(s): IRAN, CIVILITY, SPATIAL IDENTITY, SOCIAL LANDS, CARPET ART
 
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