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NOTTINGHAM CONTEMPORARY

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FROM EAR TO EAR TO EYE
Dec 16, 2017 - Mar 4, 2018
From Ear to Ear to Eye explores the acoustic lives of different cities and places across the Arab world. The exhibition is concerned with how sounds can provide evidence or testimony, and the ways in which histories and experiences are intertwined with music. The exhibition brings together installations, sculptures, films, photographs, sound works, performances and archives by 17 artists of different generations, many of whom are based in the Arab world. Participating artists include: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Etel Adnan, Haig Aivazian, Mounira Al Sohl, Basma Alsharif, Ziad Antar, Marwa Arsanios, Ania Dabrowska, Malak Helmy, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Hiwa K, Jumana Manna, Joe Namy, Setareh Shahbazi, Raed Yassin and Shirin Yousefi.
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EXHIBITION LAUNCH: STILL I RISE
26.10.2018
Private view Fri Oct 26 6.30pm - 11pm
Join us for the exhibition launch party of Still I Rise; a timely exhibition exploring the role that womxn have played in the history of resistance movements and alternative forms of living.
You are invited to join us for the launch party where you’ll get to have the first exclusive look at over 100 exhibits by some 40 practitioners, including an incredible live performance by artist, choreographer and Jay-Z’s 4:44 dancer Okwui Okpokwasili, live music and more…

Click to enlargeSTILL I RISE : FEMINISMS, GENDER, RESISTANCE
Oct 27, 2018 - Jan 27, 2019
Still I Rise is a timely exhibition exploring the role that women have played in the history of resistance movements and alternative forms of living. Coinciding with the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, this major group exhibition looks at resistance across the world from a multiplicity of viewpoints, from the domestic sphere to large-scale uprisings and spanning the late 19th century to the present.

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