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Featuring drawings, prints, installations, UV-light, and performance, LINE explores how artists from different generations deploy the line in both two-dimensional and three dimensional space. The selection of works show the different trajectories taken by artists to create image, meaning, or emotion through their non-linear repetition of lines.
Using their individual ways of working, the participating artists show the endless possibilities that the simple line offers as both a visual and conceptual tool, whether that is to expose an aesthetic relationship, consists of a site-specific participatory installation or performative act, or is used as a socio-political instrument.
In the Main Building Darat al Funun presents Wijdan’s mixed media installation on various types of handmade paper: mulberry, rice and cotton. Wijdan takes her inspiration from the flags put around Sufi shrines to commemorate holy men, covering her “Banners of Faith, Banners of Love” with calligraphy and Sufi idioms, linking the past to the present.
In memory of Nabila Hilmi, a retrospective of her work is shown, presenting a selection of her early drawings, watercolours, and abstractions.
On display from The Khalid Shoman Collection are furthermore a series of silk screen prints by Mona Saudi from her artist’s book “The Petra Tablets” inspired by the poetry of Adonis, etchings by Ahmad Nawash, calligraphic ink drawings on Japanese rice paper by Himat Ali, etchings by Marwan showing faces based on a line of poetry by Ibn Arabi, and a sculptural chair by Nedim Kufi.
In the Blue House, works by three emerging artists conclude these trajectories with a series of abstract drawings by Munjed Qasim, a site-specific installation made of pencils by Haya Abdul Hameed, and a performance by Dana Kaoukji.
Main Building: Wijdan, Nabila Hilmi, Mona Saudi, Ahmad Nawash, Marwan, Himat Ali, Nedim Kufi.
Blue House: Munjed Qasim, Haya Abdul Hameed, Dana Kaoukji.
23 oct. 2018 - 14 marzo 2019. 3a muestra del evento que celebra 30 años de trabajo exitoso en Jordania
Julio - oct. 2018. II muestra para celebrar 30 años de trabajo exitoso por el arte contemporáneo en la región.
Centro de arte contemporáneo clave en Amán, en seis edificios históricos con un sitio arqueológico en el jardín.