Traditions in all lands show the identity of that land and the civilization and rituals of the people.
Nowruz is one of the thousands of rituals and traditions of the lands. In Aryan land Nowrouz is more than just a Haft-Sin table and more than just a ceremony. Haft-Sin table is a table of empathy and friendship, and Nowruz is the renewal of everything; the renewal of everything that has happened to us during the past year, both in material and spiritual life. The tradition of painting eggs, as a part of the Haft-sin table, appears in the urban symbol of “spring time” as an element of the Haft-sin table.
“Spring Time” shows that we as humans, identify and grow with the rituals and traditions. In fact, the three elements of human, nature and traditions form our life, and this connection is displayed in this urban element in the form of an artistic array.
This project, along with other development of artistic spaces projects in Namak Abroud, including urban decoration, permanent and temporary urban elements, was designed and executed by Saraaj Urban Art Department for Creation and Development of Art Spaces for the order of Namak Abroud Urban Management in May 2020.