إنتـحار القنبـلة الماســية في أكاديمـية الجيـش
The Suicide of the Diamond Grenade in the Army Academy
A COLLABORATION WITH ICRC
THE ELECTRICITY CRISIS IN GAZA
Images carry a sense of becoming when they freeze a particular moment, yet the artistic element expresses itself through a disappearance of self-found within and without us, as though art was a refugee, not unlike when we seek refuge, it comes to us bearing the truth; especially when the limits of thought are enclosed by a hedge of responsibility. Is there a space beyond poetry and images where we can nurture our rights and illusions? I mean to emphasize the need for abstraction on the one hand, and inventing alternative ways to describe life and the future of expression, and how the content of art is a science that constantly reinvents itself to describe disappearance before accessing it on the other. If this disappearance was inevitable, then let secrets find themselves a grave, and for the grave let there be a witness, testifying to the very essence of mystery and the future of disappearance. So let us bury our secrets like we bury our martyrs, thus art becomes the cemetery of things; a sacred and eternal cemetery; the viewer keeps staring at the invisible in us, only to see his own secret; he exposes it to himself, and himself alone, whilst thinking of others’ secrets.
Be part of this project by sending your personal photo to be installed permanently in the artwork.
The photos here show the Palestinian Actor Saleh Bakri visiting Gaza.
To visit Gaza; send your photo by following the below steps:
1) Stand or sit facing the camera and show your full body from head to toe.
2) Take the photo with the desired pose or send an old photo that shows your full body.
Deadline: 1 . Oct . 2021