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Ahani L, Shokrpour S, Abbaszadeh M, Keshavarz Afshar M. Commodification as a violence against art (case study: pictorial carpets). JIC 2021; 5 (2) :2-0
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1- Tabriz Islamic Art University
2- University of Tabriz
3- Tarbiat Modares University
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This article examines violence against art. Nowadays in many cases, the artwork is used as a commodity without considering its artistic value. Ignoring the value of the artwork in anyway constitutes violence against art and over time, causes the artwork to disappear and become a commodity. The main purpose of this study is to study examples of violence against art and its consequences; In this research, we are trying to introduce a new category in the field of art by raising this issue; violence against art means that art is not for art, the discussion of violence against art can be a new topic in relation to art. In violence against art, the discussion of the commodification and instrumental use of art or the dominance of the material dimension of art over its spiritual dimension can be identified. In this article, violence against art in the field of pictorial carpets is studied in a specialized way and resulting damages in the field of pictorial carpets are examined. The results of research show that coordinating pictorial carpets with other home appliances and having a capital view on it and its commodification are examples of violence against art. The main discussion in these results is the discussion of significant developments in the field of pictorial carpets consumption. Over time, the artistic dimension in the field of pictorial carpets has diminished and the precedence of commodification over the cultural aspects of pictorial carpets can be seen. This article examines violence against art. Nowadays in many cases, the artwork is used as a commodity without considering its artistic value. Ignoring the value of the artwork in anyway constitutes violence against art and over time, causes the artwork to disappear and become a commodity. The main purpose of this study is to study examples of violence against art and its consequences; In this research, we are trying to introduce a new category in the field of art by raising this issue; violence against art means that art is not for art, the discussion of violence against art can be a new topic in relation to art. In violence against art, the discussion of the commodification and instrumental use of art or the dominance of the material dimension of art over its spiritual dimension can be identified. In this article, violence against art in the field of pictorial carpets is studied in a specialized way and resulting damages in the field of pictorial carpets are examined. The results of research show that coordinating pictorial carpets with other home appliances and having a capital view on it and its commodification are examples of violence against art. The main discussion in these results is the discussion of significant developments in the field of pictorial carpets consumption. Over time, the artistic dimension in the field of pictorial carpets has diminished and the precedence of commodification over the cultural aspects of pictorial carpets can be seen. . The results of research show that coordinating pictorial carpets with other home appliances and having a capital view on it and its commodification are examples of violence against art. The main discussion in these results is the discussion of significant developments in the field of pictorial carpets consumption. Over time, the artistic dimension in the field of pictorial carpets has diminished and the precedence of commodification over the cultural aspects of pictorial carpets can be seen.
 
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Received: 2022/03/8 | Accepted: 2022/06/2 | Published: 2022/06/6

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