Bardo National Museum
29 Sept - 31 Oct 2016
Curators : Mo' Mohamed Benhadj & Mazia Djab
Addressing a reflection about the transgression remains today still difficult, because it is often perceived negatively, as destruction. Yet it would be fairer to say that breaking the ban is a deconstruction but also a reappropriation of a reality that seems obsolete for reconstruction. This disorder, this episodic chaos seems to be necessary by its positive side but especially appropriate to seek its meaning because the transgression certainly allows access to new forms, to a new order without "CONCERN" of its meaning and its founder character, We could fear an uncontrollable violence.
Arab Thinkers and poets have all highlighted the evidence of the paradox of a thought before to incorporate the reconciliation of opposites (Ibn Arabi, Abu Nawas, Al Allaj); In the other part, the West side Heraclitus, Nicolas de Cus, Kant emphasized the complexity of being, his aporetic side, dualism's end: the turbulence takes part of humanity; chaos is creative.
"Transgression is at the heart of any act establishing a tradition or custom. That is why we must take this expression of a creative imagination at work.