Dr. Ahmad Nadalian’s house is located in the main alley and center of the historical part of Laft. Artist created a conceptual wall. Even when the door is closed through a small window or seven apertures, it is possible to see, hear, touch and suck art behind the wall.
If, day and night, anyone passes through the main ally of the historic part of Laft, they sees a bright small window. The inner part can perceive from outside.
By scanning a QR code, the audio file can be heard that Ahmad Nadalian is talking about the concept of the wall.
In Laft I faced new challenges. Because of religious beliefs, painting a living being, especially human beings, is forbidden. Although my paintings are very simple and symbolic, I nevertheless went for another language. I have never been a serious landscape and architecture painter. But I tried to draw paintings that could be understood by the local community and show their own environment. Painting can be a media for diallage with the local community.
In one of the aperture audiences can touch an abstract form. They may see an statue in their mind.
In another aperture, by smelling the audiences can perceive the concepts.