Unseen, Tomorrow attempts to rethink time and chronology by considering the environment as a site for meditation and reflection. The town of Jezzine in South Lebanon serves as a starting point and guide to the project. Its waterfalls, which are constantly felt and heard, present a way to rethink flows and experiences through both a personal and social investigation of nature. Video and sound works by artists A.K. Burns, Basim Magdy, Laure Prouvost, Sarah Rara, and Steve Roden exhibited in public spaces and a private garage throughout Jezzine present varying ways to reconsider, shuffle, and reimagine time and linearity.
|Material:||Video and sound works|
|Framework:||BeMA Residency Jezzine|
|Authorizations:||The Municipality of Jezzine|