Hiraki Sawa's video work Dwelling (2002) further underlines the notion of dislocation with grainy black and white footage of miniature aircrafts flying around in an apartment setting, while Cevdet Erek'sinstallation with drawings, words, and sound, Why can't I be there now? (2014), brings another twist. The intention of the work is to justify Erek's excuses for his absence in Jerusalem, based on fractures of time and space: multiple crossings of events, travels, and deadlines in his schedule.

Back

Hiraki Sawa

Dwelling

2002

 

Al Ma'mal (The Tile Factory) 

© Al Ma'mal 2017           privacy policy

  • Facebook Basic Black
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • Black Tumblr Icon