Works from 2012

Unmade Film: The Staging, 2012

Unmade Film: The Staging

Unmade Film: The Staging, HD Video, Silent, 9′ 30″, 2012 Unmade Film: The Staging evolved out of a collaborative workshop held in Ramallah and Jerusalem and conceived together with Frances Rifkin. The workshop explored forms of theatre developed by Augusto Boal … More

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Unmade Film: The Voiceover

Unmade Film: The Voiceover is an audio-walk which explores the many implications of the psychiatric clinic built in 1951 on the grounds of the Deir Yassin massacre.

Unmade Film: The Reconnaissance 2012

Unmade Film: The Reconnaissance

Unmade Film: The Reconnaissance presents extracts from a conversation about a possible future film between Pier Paolo Pasolini, Robert Smithson and a third unidentified person.

Silent Installation

Silent

Silent, installation version, dimensions variable, 2012

Etats des Lieux Untitled B

États des Lieux

  États des Lieux, series of 6 black and white photographic prints, dimensions variable, 2012.

Dreams of the Future (Mayakovsky)

Dream of the Future (Mayakovsky)

Dream of the Future (Mayakovsky), Photogravure, 48 x 35.7 cm, 2012

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Plans for the Past

Plans for the Past, HD video with sound, 18′ 15″, 2012 A second part to Remnants of the Future, this film goes back to the original Mush in Eastern Anatolia. Unlike the ghost town in Armenia named after it, in … More

Fig. (The Statue)

Fig. (The Statue)

Fig. (The Statue), photographic prints, 87 x 125 cm, 2012

Fig. (The Toppling)

Fig. (The Toppling)

Fig. (The Toppling), part of the series By Way of Illustration, banner, 91.5 x 251.7 cms, 2011-2012

Fig. (Nationalisation)

Fig. (Nationalisation)

Fig. (Nationalisation), part of the series By Way of Illustration. Single channel video, pigment print (dimensions 26.5 x 35.7 cm), 2012 President Nasser announced the nationalisation of the Suez Canal from a balcony of the Cotton Exchange in Alexandria. Implicit … More

Fig. (After de Lesseps)

Fig. (After de Lesseps)

Fig. (After de Lesseps), Part of the series By Way of Illustration. Two channel HD video with sound, 7′, 2011-2012. In 1956, when President Nasser announced the nationalisation of the Suez Canal, the statue of Ferdinand de Lesseps, the French … More

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The Future is History / History is the Future

The Future is History / History is the Future, Neon, Dimensions variable, 2012

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