Prajakta Potnis' "Hot Plate" a new commission by Sharjah Art Foundation and Air Arabia, is currently on view as a part of 'Air Arabia Curator in Residence: A Tripoli Agreement,' curated by Renan Laru-an open until 1 September, 2018, at Gallery 4, Al Mureijah Square, Sharjah.
Sharjah Art Foundation in partnership with Air Arabia presents ‘A Tripoli Agreement,’ a research project and exhibition that explores the coalitions, dialogues and politics that mobilise around official documents. Featuring newly commissioned works and performances as well as archival and research projects, the exhibition takes as its point of departure the spirit of the Tripoli Agreement, a peace accord between the Government of the Philippines and the Moro National Liberation Front signed in Tripoli, Libya in 1976.
The exhibition revisits these scholars’ (historian Cesar A. Majul, sociologist Mamitua Saber and educator Najeeb Saleeby) engagement with anthropology, ethnography and modernity as the project shows the capacity of artistic and cultural interventions to produce political subjectivities.
Seen here is Potnis' "Hot Plate"
tempered glass, multiple screens, leds, sounds
‘Air Arabia Curator in Residence: A Tripoli Agreement’
curated by Renan Laru-an
14 July—1 September 2018
Gallery 4, Al Mureijah Square, Sharjah
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