Multi-disciplinary visual artist Nedim Kufi speaks about his work spanning over three decades which delves into notions of loss, war, memory and emptiness through materials such as old photographs, henna, and more. In this talk, Kufi talks about how we can take an experimental approach to art and reflect on how his ‘Personal Dictionary’ works.
Nedim Kufi a multimedia visual artist who is the current visiting artist at the Fire Station, an initiative created to establish a network between the residents and international artists. Along with group exhibitions, he has amassed more than 20 solo exhibitions across the Middle East, United States and Europe in venues such as Bonhams London, Station Museum of Contemporary Art and Sultan Gallery. Bringing nature’s elements together is at the core of his art exploring the complex relationships between perceptions, imaginations and expressions. Much of his work is intrinsically autobiographical and speaks to his cultural identity—while encouraging audiences to explore their own shared cultural cognition.
Location: Fire Station Cinema
Date and Time: March 11, 2020 at 7:00 pm.
Language: Arabic (English translation will be provided)