may, 2021

04mayAll Day04junBEIRUT KAPUTT

Event Details

The installation Beirut Kaputt? is a reflection on the representation of violence. It consists of two juxtaposed works: a video montage of social media clips of the Beirut Port explosion and the painting All That Remains by Lebanese artist Ayman Baalbaki.

The project allows reflecting on the constant recycling of traumatic news, imagery, headlines and captions and how this can add to, rather than appease, our traumatic experiences. How, rather than engaging in nuanced reflection, fast media often exploits traumatic events by triggering a most basic human emotion: fear.

Curated by: Stephane Sisco

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Time

May 4 (Tuesday) - June 4 (Friday)

Location

Mina Image Centre

Stone Gardens bldg, Darwich Haddad St, Port District, Beirut, Lebanon​

Organizer

Mina Image Centre Stone Gardens bldg, Darwich Haddad St, Port District, Beirut, Lebanon​

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