Contributors. Pointe-Au-Chien Indian Tribe. Pointe-Au-Chien Indian Tribe (PACIT) is a traditional village descended primarily from Chitimacha, but also Atakapas, Biloxi, and Choctaw—all farmers, fishers, and hunters—who have been living in lower Pointe-au-Chien along the Louisiana Gulf Coast for centuries. PACIT is a state-recognized tribe but has been seeking federal recognition since the.
In 2013 she wrote and performed After the Future Heritage Redux (2080) as part of Ashkal Alwan's Homeworks Forum 6 in Beirut. Saadawi holds a Master's degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a PhD in Sociology from Goldsmiths, University of London titled Rethinking the Witness: Art After the Lebanese Wars (2015).
Over the past 10 years, Nadim Mishlawi has worked as a composer and sound designer on a multitude of films from Lebanon and Middle East. Having studied music while in school, Nadim put aside his formal musical training when he began studying Fine Arts at university. During this time, Nadim began experimenting with vari.
Elghoneimy's work has been screened in several exhibitions and festival contexts, including Homeworks 6, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut (2013); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2013); International Film Festival Rotterdam (2011, 2013); Photo Cairo 5 (2012); FIDMarseille (2012) and Hamburg International Short Film Festival (2012). Elghoneimy was a fellow at the Ashkal Alwan Home Workspace Program, Beirut.
The HWP is an interdisciplinary arts study program launched by Ashkal Alwan in 2011. Based in Beirut, the program targets artists and other cultural practitioners who wish to develop their formal, historical, and critical skills and practice within Ashkal Alwan’s infrastructure and network of resources.Learn More
Rayya Badran (Lebanon) is a writer based in Beirut. Her work focuses on the performative nature of the voice as well as on characteristics of aurality and music in film and video. Her first publication entitled Radiophonic Voice(s) was produced in the framework of Ashkal Alwan’s Homeworks 5: A forum on cultural practices in April-May 2010, Beirut.Learn More
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Life and work. Walid Sadek uses poetic and metaphoric language to evoke on post war Lebanon. In 1999, he produced Bigger than Picasso a tiny and unexpected book using word and image to criticize a political situation in the country. Sadek, who has regularly collaborated with Beirut-based artist centre Ashkal Alwan, has participated in numerous exhibitions and events worldwide.Learn More
Joe Namy, from the performance Automobile, 2013. Courtesy of Ashkal Alwan. Joe Namy, from performance Half Step, 2013. Courtesy of Art Dubai. Garine Aivazian: Tell me a little bit about your practice as an artist. You work mostly with sound; do you consider yourself primarily a musician? Did you want to be a visual artist, or did you feel the need to add another dimension to your work in order.Learn More
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige collaborate as filmmakers and artists, producing cinematic and visual artwork that interwine. For the last 15 years, they have focused on the images, representations and history of their home country, Lebanon, and questioned the fabrication of imaginaries in the region and beyond. Together, they have directed documentaries such as Khiam 2000-2007(2008) and.Learn More
We performed this ritual on the street in front of Homeworks (2012 and 2013). In stereo automobiles ignite engines and speakers simultaneously. On the corniche in Abu Dhabi (2019) we played the sound systems they only play loud in the desert. In Gwangju (2016) cars turned up with the cherry blossoms on the May 18 Democracy Square, where the uprising took place. Machine music for waves and.Learn More
She recently completed the fellowship of Homework Space Program at Ashkal Alwan fine art association in Beirut (2019) She has erected sculptures in various public spaces, opened a solo exhibition and participated in various group exhibitions in galleries and public spaces, artist residencies, and symposiums both in Turkey and abroad. She has won various awards such as first prize at the.Learn More
Iman Issa was born in 1979. She studied Philosophy and Political Science at the American University in Cairo and received an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University, in 2007. She has held a number of solo exhibitions, among which, Material (Bielefelder Kunstverein, Germany, 2017; Mercer Union, Toronto, 2012; and Rodeo Istanbul, 2011); Heritage Studies (Rodeo, London, 2017; Carlier Gebauer.Learn More
Beirut Art Center presents The Portrait is an Address, the first solo exhibition by artist Hassan Khan in Beirut, following a long and profound relationship with the city, starting with Khan’s collaboration on Akram Zaatari’s Transit Visa project in 2001 running through several editions of Home Work space Program (HWP) by Ashkal Alwan. This exhibition will also be the first to focus on the.Learn More
Homeworks 6. 17- 26 May 2013 Ashkal Alwan, Beirut. Curated by Tarek Abou El Fetouh with: Pilar Albarracin, Paul Chan-Kyong, Ali Cherri, Cao Fei, Basim Magdy, Ahmed Mater, Seo Min-Jeong, Wang Ningde, Walid Raad, Khalil Rabah, Walid Sadek, Roy Samaha, Wael Shawky, Mounira Al Solh, Nida Sinnokrot, Song Ta, Ho Tzu Nyen.Learn More
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