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Rain Room, Sharjah

Sharjah Art Foundation presents Rain Room for the first time in the Middle East. The installation is permanently sited in Al Majarrah, Sharjah.

Random International
2012

Rain Room, Sharjah
The Black Boxes of Observational Activity (2019)

The Black Boxes of Observational Activity (2019)

Alaa Edris

Alaa Edris investigates changing urban environments, folklore and symbols of gender and belief to reformulate and create new perspectives on architecture, myth and social history.

I Belong to the Distance (2019)

I Belong to the Distance (2019)

Torkwase Dyson

In works of formal and conceptual rigour, Torkwase Dyson explores the language of spatial constructs as demarcations of both confinement and expression.

Infinite Sun (2019)

Infinite Sun (2019)

Annie Dorsen

As a writer and performance maker, Annie Dorsen’s practice explores the intersection of algorithms and live performance.

Mohamed Bourouissa: Various Works 2018 - 2019

Mohamed Bourouissa: Various Works 2018 - 2019

Mohamed Bourouissa

Often created with photography or video, Mohamed Bourouissa’s projects emerge from time spent in collaboration with the people and communities that inform his work.

Suntitled (2019)

Suntitled (2019)

Hannah Black & Ebba Fransén Waldhör

Hannah Black and Ebba Fransén Waldhör have previously collaborated, along with musician Bonaventure, on multiple iterations of their performance work Anxietina (2018).

Aline Baiana: Various Works (2019)

Aline Baiana: Various Works (2019)

Aline Baiana

Aline Baiana’s SB14 installation draws parallels between the construction of hydropower plants in Brazil and Lebanon, both of which would endanger rivers and the areas of biodiversity they support.

The Intrinsic Tendency of The Ens Sign (2019)

The Intrinsic Tendency of The Ens Sign (2019)

Leo Asemota

In his projects, Leo Asemota often presents photography, moving image, performance, sculpture and drawings in sequential progressions that evolve throughout the duration of an exhibition.

Time Travel (2019)

Time Travel (2019)

Caline Aoun

Informed by engagement with urbanism, architecture, print and digital technology, Caline Aoun’s work often takes the shape of a considered experiment.

Specters of Noon 2019

Specters of Noon 2019

Allora & Calzadilla

Since 1995, Allora & Calzadilla have produced work in sculpture, video, sound and performance, often in various combinations, to create sensual and immersive works of compound meaning.

The Starving of Sudan (2008)

The Starving of Sudan (2008)

Xu Zhen

Questioning the conventions of what contemporary art is and can do, Xu Zhen’s work spans a wide range of mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, installation and performance.

Romance Section (2016–2019)

Romance Section (2016–2019)

Lantian Xie

Lantian Xie’s work evolves from careful observation of situations, stories and everyday vernacular that are local to the United Arab Emirates as well as similar places of transience.

T. Shanaathanan: Various Works (2009–2019)

T. Shanaathanan: Various Works (2009–2019)

T. Shanaathanan

T. Shanaathanan’s practice grapples with realities of displacement and a familial desire to piece together experiences born out of violent fragmentation, particularly through an examination of Sri Lanka’s civil war (1978–2009).

Ampannee Satoh: Various Works (2018–2019)

Ampannee Satoh: Various Works (2018–2019)

Ampannee Satoh

Working in photography and video, Ampannee Satoh explores an era marked by the abolition of the Thai sultanate system by King Rama V (1853–1910) and his subsequent centralisation of power, which led to increased tensions between the dominant Buddhist society and the minority Malay Muslim community.

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