Nine works on paper by Rasheed Araeen from 1959 - 1961.
DAYS, I See What I Saw and What I Will See explores the notion of producing a continuous representation of space and a discontinuous representation of time – at the same time.
Death at a 30 Degree Angle is a multimedia installation composed of video, architectural drawings and clay maquettes.
Six sheets of hand-cut paper depicting the text of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Arabic.
Dictums 10:120 is a multipart project that involves the composition and performance of a qawwali song.
Wael Shawky began Dictums 10:120, a multipart project that involves the composition and performance of a qawwali song, during the Witness Programme, an artists’ residency at Sharjah Biennial 10.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Chai Siri
Dilbar is a portrait of a city builder, one of a million Bangladeshi workers currently living in the United Arab Emirates.
In Domestic Tourism II, Maha Maamoun explores how the ‘timeless’ image of the Egyptian pyramids - projected by the tourism industry - can be challenged by reworking representations of these historic monuments into urban narratives that highlight their complex political, social and historical dimensions.