Overview

One of the key components of Sharjah Biennial 13 is its digital publishing platform tamawuj.org, which is a developing repository of research and commissioned texts, images and audio-visual material themed around the biennial’s four keywords of water, earth, crops and culinary. Each keyword is also the core concept of SB13 off-site projects in Dakar, Ramallah, Istanbul and Beirut respectively.

tamawuj.org has been developed with the idea of fostering a holistic exchange of ideas across diverse geographies, communities and languages. Functioning as a site of inquiry and reflection, tamawuj.org aims to expand the themes of SB13 by exploring social, economic, cultural, mythical and political aspects of the keywords and provide critical reading aligned with the SB13 off-site projects. The variety of its content reflects the multi-disciplinary approach of the latest edition of the Sharjah Biennial.

The website content is organised into four compendiums under the titles of the SB13 keywords. Compendiums are downloadable and available in Arabic and/or English, French and Turkish.

The editors of Tamawuj are Omar Berrada, Amal Issa, Kaelen Wilson-Goldie, and Brian Kuan Wood.

For a list of published articles and texts click here.


www.tamawuj.org

Saturday 11.03.2017

Wednesday 26.04.2017

Arish Palm Hut Building

Arish Palm Hut Building

Sharjah Biennial School Programme

Al Hamriya Art Centre

Saturday 29.04.2017

#SB13Photowalk 2

#SB13Photowalk 2

SB13 Community and Outreach programme

Flying Saucer
Sharjah

Children’s Open Day 8

Children’s Open Day 8

Children's Courses and Workshops

Collections Building
Arts Square

Saturday 6.05.2017

Saturday 6.05.2017

Children’s Open Day 9

Children’s Open Day 9

Children's Courses and Workshops

Collections Building
Arts Square

Saturday 13.05.2017

Children’s Open Day 10

Children’s Open Day 10

Children's Courses and Workshops

Collections Building
Arts Square

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