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VOICES IN THE GALLERY
VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010
VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010
VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

I Can See Right Through You

Interactive video

2009

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Untitled

Acrylic on canvas

50x70 cm

2010

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Untitled

Acrylic on canvas

60x40 cm

2010

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Face

Acrylic & ink on paper

50x35 cm

2009

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Take me to the Moon

Acrylic & ink on paper

50x35 cm

2009

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Mariam II

Litho 3/4

16x14 cm

2010

 

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Portrait

OIl on canvas

50x40 cm

2010

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Reclyning Woman

Oil on canvas

58x79 cm

2010

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Portrait III

Mixed media collage

28x49 cm

2009

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Portrait II

Mixed media collage

34x28 cm

2009

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Cement Identities
Cement and chalk on canvas
25 x 25 cm
2010

 

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

Cement Identities
Cement and chalk on canvas
25 x 25 cm
2010
 

VOICES IN THE GALLERY
3 - 24 March 2010

This work attempts to playfully illustrate all the possible scenarios that
can occur between two individuals. The politics involved in the battles of
the sexes takes place in these floating planets, between a community of cats
and a community of birds. Their situations vary from planet to planet as
they encounter a series of situations where they are trapped, dominated, and
independent and eventually coexist in harmony. The dreamy setting provides
the ideal dystopian platform in which this theatrical war of love, peace and
cruelty can be carried out.

 

You Might Have Won This Battle, But We Are Both Going to Lose the War
Plaster, plasticine and paper 
2010

In March 2010, a group of twelve emerging young women artists will exhibit artworks and perform in a unique display of talent to celebrate women's creative self-expression at Nabad in Amman. An exhibition of paintings by Sima Bustami, Natasha Dahdaleh, Laila Demashqieh, Dina Haddadin, Rawan Qaqish, Karma Shawa and Nahla Tabbaa, as well as an interactive installation by Toleen Toq, will open at Nabad on 3 March at 7 pm. During the opening, a promenade concert and performance will feature solo pieces for Harp by Irada Ibrahimov, Harp and Soprano pieces  by Dima Bawab and Nadine Shahwan, as well as improvised a capella pieces by Dima Bawab, Nadine Shahwan and Lana Nasser, who will also perform improvised dance movements. In conjunction with this event, and on the occasion of International Women's Day, another promenade concert and performance will take place at Masrah al-Balad, Amman's downtown theatre, on 8 and 9 March.

A poetry reading is also planned during the period of the exhibition.

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