!! OMG, HEART-FELT: Siba Sahabi’s بلاد الرافدين !!

Siba Sahabi’s felt vessel collection ‘Between Two Rivers’, refers to the Ancient Greek word Mesopotamia [Μεσοποταμία], or “the cradle of western civilisation”, specifically the city-state Ur located in modern-day Iraq: the birthplace of the pottery turntable.
Sahabi collaborated with Lisa Klappe and Niels van Den to produce the ritualistically beautiful short film ^above^, entitled ‘Pallas Athena’; in dedication of the wise but short-tempered Greek Goddess of inspiration, crafts, art and war.
[via dezeen]

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2 Comments on "OMG, HEART-FELT: Siba Sahabi’s بلاد الرافدين"

  1. Duncan Alexander | February 19, 2013 at 10:15 am | Reply

    No, thank you, I appreciate the correction..my ancient greek is awfully ouzo-ey

  2. Not to be that person but it’s not a greek place but a greek word.

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