How does one make visible the stories that exist outside of the human field of vision? Can rendering and imagining the frequencies, simulations and stimulations of sound reveal narratives concealed from history? Artist and ‘Private Ear’ Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s projects express how the experience of listening—the nuances of a cyclic stutter or how the incongruency of an anxious murmur can reveal intricate details of the contested social, political and economic spheres in which we live.
Sharjah Biennial 15: ‘Thinking Historically in the Present’ to feature works by more than 150 artists
Presenting new works and commissions across various venues in the emirate, the Biennial will take place from 7 February to 11 June 2023
Sharjah Art Foundation loans major works from its collection to institutions worldwide: Mohammed Kazem’s Window and Hassan Sharif’s atelier are among works currently on view in international exhibitions
27 April 2022
Registration is now open for March Meeting 2022
3 February 2022