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Invisible Beauty: Rabab Ghazoul

Invisible Beauty: Rabab Ghazoul

Congratulations to Rabab Ghazoul on being selected to show as part of the National Pavilion of Iraq at this year’s Venice Biennale.

Invisible Beauty: Rabab Ghazoul

Cardiff based Rabab Ghazoul will be producing a new work for the exhibition, curated by Philippe Van Cauteren Artistic Director of S.M.A.K, which will focus on the Chilcot Enquiry.

Premiering at the Iraqi Pavilion, It’s a long way back (Chilcot/Part I) is the first in a new series of works being developed in 2015/16 by the artist. Drawing upon the transcript and documentation of Tony Blair's 2010 testimonial to the Chilcot Inquiry (a UK government inquiry into the invasion of Iraq), It's a long way back takes this text as its point of departure.

This new body of work will include video works, installation and durational performance.

Rabab Ghazoul is a visual artist interested in exploring our negotiations of the political.

Invisible Beauty

9 May–22 November 2015

Press preview: 6 May, 14–16h (Curator talk at 14.30h)
Vernissage: 6 May, 18–20h

Ca’ Dandolo
Grand Canal
San Polo 2879
Venice
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10–18h

www.theiraqpavilion.com
www.ruyafoundation.org
www.smak.be

29/04/2015

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