Marwa Arsanios considers practices in agriculture and farming as the starting point of her research. She has investigated communal farming practices by eco-feminist groups in places such as northern Syria. This resulted in the production of two films, presented as a video installation in this year’s Sharjah Biennial 14. Arsanios’s research for the triennial expands to communities […]
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s audiovisual works and installations explore the political implications of language and communication. Traces of governmental or corporate violence and mechanisms of surveillance and propaganda reveal themselves in the scope of auditory perception. The exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin focuses on the video and sound installation This whole time there were no landmines (2017) […]
Lawrence Abu Hamdan is one of the four shortlisted candidates to win the Turner Prize 2019, one of the best known awards for visual arts in the world. An exhibition of the finalists is currently on view at Turner Contemporary in Margate (UK).
The first solo exhibition in Australia by Lawrence Abu Hamdan features an installation of “Earwitness Inventory”, among other major works.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s works will be exhibited along with other artists in the exhibition Sound Unheard opening September 12th in the Goethe Institut, Paris.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be part of the group exhibition Babel at ISELP, Brussels opening September 12th.
Odyssées is a group show featuring works of Lawrence Abu Hamdan. Show will be on view until next September 15, 2019
In this years edition of Art Basel 2019 Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be featuring one of his installations at Staatsarchiv, Martinsgasse 2.
As part of The Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts in Slovenia Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be showcasing his work Disputed Uterrances. Show will be on view until September 29.
In this years edition of The Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts works of Cevdet Erek and Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be on view
Earwitness Theatre is the latest installation by Lawrence Abu Hamdan in whicnh he explores the politics of listening. Show will be on view until august 18 in Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.