NEXT | REHAB NAZZAL: VISIBLE | Opens November 6

Rehab Nazzal, Bil’in, 2010. Video still.
Rehab Nazzal, Bil’in, 2010. Video still.

Rehab Nazzal: Visible

November 6 - January 1

 

Palestinian-born Canadian artist Rehab Nazzal examines the politically fraught issues of locational identity and the mourning of one’s homeland that countless people the world over experience like a revolving door. Through an emotional and immersive installation constructed with video, sound and digital images, Nazzal asks the viewer to observe, contemplate and connect images to their historical knowledge of brutal military power as a site of activation.

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?

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