The story of Jan-e-Nokhost is about the human ascension to the divine world, a mystical journey through time and space. The human, represented by a bird, spreads its wings to transcend the narrow circle of space and time and reach the world beyond (the Platonic Autopia, the Land of Nowhere by Sohrab Sepehri, and the Eighth Climate). This project was the first professional and academic work of its kind in Iran, and was a unique phenomenon in the Middle East at the time, attracting the attention of professors, artists, students, and the general public. The beautiful text by Mohammad Reza Aslani, the memorable voice of Manouchehr Anwar, and the design and direction of Amirreza Salari made this work unforgettable. Media outlets such as Deutsche Welle, Voice and Vision, France 24, Al Jazeera, and other networks in countries such as Kuwait, Turkey, the United States, and Germany covered the project.
This project was produced and executed by Day Sun, the leading content producer and 3D lighting (video mapping) designer in Iran. The unique features of this collection include continuity, storytelling, artistic content creation, scientific and technological knowledge, and precise engineering and execution of this new art form. Amirreza Salari, the producer and director of this project, has more than 10 years of experience as the first scientific, academic, and artistic video mapping producer in Iran. He has been awarded the UNESCO Honorary Diploma, the United Nations and IranMall awards, among others.