Taking from the virtual and bringing back into the material, these glitch dye sublimation on aluminum will be mounted outside the gallery at the entrance.
The glitched image of destroyed homes in Yemen induces a simultaneous intimacy and abstraction. Someone salvaged a rich tapestry and laid it on the rubble.
The original site was of a boat of refugees off of a Mediterranean coastal town unknown. Above the boat were these birds flying.
Cairo Glitch (2015)
Graffiti murals from photographs I took on Mohamed Mahmoud Street by the American University of Cairo Tahrir campus. These murals represent the avant-garde graffiti from the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. In 2017, Egyptian officials removed the murals.
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