مجموعه گرین لند صدرا طراحی معماری عکاسی معماری نوید عطروش عکاس معمار مهرداد ایروانیان شیراز Navid Atrvash, Architectural Photography , Green land ایران صدرا معماران معاصر ایران مجموعه گرین لند صدرا.، طراحی معماری، عکاسی معماری نوید عطروش. Navid Atrvash, Architectural Photography, Green land, natrvash Shiraz iran middle east , architectural Photography, Mehrdad iravanian. The contemporary Iranian architect Mehrdad Iravanian even said, “In order to study architecture, one must first investigate necrocracy” (51). At least, that’s as reported by his compatriot the author Reza Negarestani. Necrocracy is not in the OED. It presumably means a system of governance. where people are ruled by someone who is dead. or perhaps indirectly when people venerate the dead. ne of the disarming aspects of this style, of writing is to sidestep human. actors in favour of non-human things. as if humans and their actions are symptoms rather than causal agents. As a great Example of, in so far as people matter at all in such narratives, they are caught up in the.
Architect: Mehrdad Iravanian
Shiraz | Iran
self-propelling momentum of the processes, of production, in the case of this book. the means by which oil is produced, organically and geologically. Most commentaries seem to take. their cue on this interpretation from the quote on the back cover of the book: “The Middle East is a sentient entity — it is alive!”
Navid Atrvash, Architectural Photography, Green land, natrvash Shiraz iran middle east , architectural Photography, Mehrdad iravanian. That serves as the major take-away from the book for most commentators. Marx and others wrote about the capitalist machine, as if we are all under its control. Deleuze invoked the war machine, and the body without organs. Negarestani adds the desert, oil, monotheism and Islam, amongst a panoply of agents. Arguably, the book adds weight to such perversely autonomous agencies by its relentless and multiple assertions from every angle. The Such ancestor worship is what difference does it make to hold to such autonomies? the term necrocracy, though the book in which he quotes. this is infused with themes of death. enough. in autocracies where the dead founder is represented in portraiture or statuary, or embalmed in. a crypt to encourage pilgrims. Negarestani doesn’t elaborate on. Negarestani’s book is called Cyclonopedia. Complicity with Anonymous Materials, or unstructured encyclopedia. of neurologists — I mean neologisms. and amongst its other characteristics forms. an unrelenting compendium, Navid Atrvash, Architectural Photography , Green land