Lawrence Abu Hamdan




Lawrence Abu Hamdan is an artist and ‘private ear’ whose projects have taken the form of installations, performances, photography, essays, lectures, videos and graphic works. This exhibition will feature two new works: Saydnaya (ray traces), 2017 will be installed in the downstairs gallery, while_ This whole time there were no land mines_, 2017 will be shown upstairs.

This new solo exhibition by Lawrence Abu Hamdan that follows on from the performance of his live audiovisual essay Contra Diction: Speech Against Itself at the gallery in 2016. His work Saydnaya (the missing 19db), 2017 is currently included in the thirteenth Sharjah Biennial in the UAE and he was recently awarded the 2016 International Nam June Paik Award as well as the 2017 Tiger Award for Short Films at the Rotterdam Film Festival for Rubber Coated Steel, 2016. Abu Hamdan recently performed his live audiovisual essay Bird watching, 2016 at documenta 14 in Athens, Greece.

 

Duration 28 April 2017 - 28 May 2017
Times Monday – Friday 10.00 – 18.00
Cost Free
Venue Maureen Paley
Address 21 Herald Street, London, E2 6JT
Contact 020 7729 4112 / info@maureenpaley.com / www.maureenpaley.com

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