NOW | REHAB NAZZAL, DIPNA HORRA, RENA SAVA | November 6 - January 1

Rehab Nazzal: Visible. Dipna Horra: Dhunia: Octet. Rena Sava: Urban Abstraction.
Rehab Nazzal, Bil'in
Rehab Nazzal, Bil’in

Rehab Nazzal: Visible

November 6 - January 1

 

War as a contemporary surveillance concept and its aftermath is explored and revealed by Palestinian-born Canadian artist Rehab Nazzal with sound, video and the photographic image. The artist acquaints the viewer with contemporary war technology and its destructive and deadly effect on civilians, residential dwellings, infrastructures, and the environment. Brochure

Dipna Horra: Dhunia: Octet

November 6 - January 1

 

Dipna Horra’s Dhunia: Octet is the latest in a series of sound installation pieces that the artist has been developing over the past four years. Dhunia is a Punjabi word which essentially means “the world.” What is our world and how do we construct, situate ourselves in and view it? Brochure

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

Dipna Horra, Dhunia: Septet
Dipna Horra, Dhunia: Septet