exhibition review

Let’s break frames with Lebanese women

Art exhibitions can be powerful vectors to draw people to a cause – in this case, one concerning more than half of the Lebanese population. Lebanese women today are still discriminated against by family law,  discriminated against in the workplace, and passed up on for educational opportunities, not to mention recurrent unspoken sexual harassment and… Continue reading Let’s break frames with Lebanese women

exhibition review

Soundwalk Collective’s Le Syndrome d’Ulysses deserves giving into

Heureux qui comme Ulysse a fait un beau voyage… * Soundwalk Collective presents a sound panorama of the Mediterranean, recorded around its shores. And, walking through the first floor of Beit Beirut, it’s as if we’re under the sea — creatures listening in to human sounds, which no longer sound human but otherworldly. One makes out… Continue reading Soundwalk Collective’s Le Syndrome d’Ulysses deserves giving into