XABT

2016

Xabt: “To beat someone severely. To trample on someone or something. When a camel hits the ground with its hand. To strike someone with a sword. The state of being nocturnally disoriented.”

 

“Râhel”, burnt wood, sheepskin, grease, driving force, 61 x 65 x 210 cm, 2015
“White Death”, wood, leather, lead, egg shell, 53 × 59 × 73 cm, 2016
“Red Death”, leather, iron, wood, animal glue, 129 × 172 × 73 cm, 2016
“Red Death”, leather, iron, wood, rope, 155 × 130 × 165 cm, 2016
“Gracious Patience”, burnt wood, sheepskin, 29 × 29 ×193 cm, 2015
“Gracious Patience”, lead forged onto burnt wood, 35.5 × 42 cm, 2015
“Exterior”, collage, paper, animal glue, 79 × 110 cm, 2015
“Burning Bush”, burnt wood, soap, camphor, iron,  70 × 70 × 540 cm, 2014
“Rahl”, wood, paper, animal glue, rope, 130 × 85 × 90 cm, 2016
“Lahm”, graft, sheepskin, wood, rope, animal glue, 162 × 67 × 66 cm, 2016
“Xabt-e Ašwa”, silk screen print, edition of 30 + 5 AP, 50 ×70 cm, 2014
“Majâ’a”, jar, a container for grain and flour, size: variable, 2016
“Sâd”, burnt wood, aluminum, print on leather , 116 × 12.5 × 200 cm, 2014
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Mojtaba Amini, “Xabt” series, installation view
Mojtaba Amini, “Xabt” series, installation view
Mojtaba Amini, “Xabt” series, installation view
Mojtaba Amini, “Xabt” series, installation view
Mojtaba Amini, “Xabt” series, installation view
Mojtaba Amini, “Xabt” series, installation view