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Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Lawrence Abu Hamdan has made projects in the form of audiovisual installations, performances, graphic works, photography, Islamic sermons, cassette tape compositions, potato chip packets, essays, and lectures. In 2013 his audio documentary ‘The Freedom of Speech Itself’ was submitted as evidence at the UK asylum tribunal and the artist called to testify as an expert witness. His works are part of collections at MoMA New York, Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven and the Arts Council, England. ‘Listening to Yourself’ appeared in The White Review no. 16.

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LISTENING TO YOURSELF

Feature

Issue No. 16

Lawrence Abu Hamdan

Feature

Issue No. 16

In the early 2000s, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia began implementing a screening technique for asylum seekers...

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fiction

March 2017

A Table is a Table

Peter Bichsel

TR. Lydia Davis

fiction

March 2017

I want to tell a story about an old man, a man who no longer says a word, has...

fiction

Issue No. 3

Fifteen Flowers

Federico Falco

TR. Janet Hendrickson

fiction

Issue No. 3

To Lilia Lardone Summer was ending. The air already smelled like smoke, but it still looked clear, sunny. The...

Interview

October 2014

Interview with Otobong Nkanga

Louisa Elderton

Interview

October 2014

Some things are meant to be lost. You can’t collect emotions. As the artist Otobong Nkanga tells me this,...

 

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