The giant picture, measuring 6 meters by three meters, in which we see a portrait of Amini, consists of 1,000 small pictures of the victims of the Iranian regime in the past year. The image was revealed in the presence of the Iranian-American artist Homan Khalili, who created the mosaic image with the help of artificial intelligence technology
A huge picture in memory of Mahsa Amini, the Iranian citizen who was killed by the Iranian authorities because she did not wear a hijab, and was the symbol of what became the "hijab riots" in Iran, was hung today (Wednesday) at the University of Haifa, as a symbol of the struggle of the entire Iranian people , and the Iranian women in particular, against the regime in Iran.
The giant picture, measuring 6 meters by three meters, in which we see a portrait of Amini, made up of 1,000 small pictures of the victims of the Iranian regime in the past year, was unveiled in the presence of the Iranian-American artist Homan Khalili, who created the mosaic picture with the help of artificial intelligence technology. The picture, which is displayed in the foyer of the Hecht Museum at the University of Haifa, is one of 4 similar pictures that were hung yesterday and today in the three largest cities in Israel, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa - where a picture was hung at the University of Haifa.
"This moment, among countless others, reminds us of the widespread injustice that the citizens of Iran face every day. I want the more than 1000 Iranians and their families to know that we stand in solidarity with them and believe in a future where they will be free, without the threat of imprisonment," Khalili said.
"The University of Haifa stands by those who fight for freedom and equality all over the world. A few months ago, the exiled Iranian crown prince, during his visit to our university, asked to stand by the Iranian people in their struggle to change the regime. We are here today standing by the Iranian people," said Haifa University President Prof. Ron Rubin.
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