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Zad Moultaka

ŠamaŠ is a monumental multimedia installation work by Lebanese artist Zad Moultaka which questions how we locate the sacred and profane in a global world of mechanised war and increasingly abstracted connectivity. A monument to the Babylonian God of the Sun, ŠamaŠ combines musical invention with visual research in a radical approach in which technology is born from the archaic. 


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Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson

Song for Armageddon

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Mark Boulos: From Militancy to Ecstasy

Monograph published by Hatje Cantz

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Sō Percussion

From Out a Darker Sea

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Gina Czarnecki and John Hunt

Heirloom

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Gina Czarnecki

I

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Bill Morrison and Jóhann Jóhannsson

The Miners' Hymns

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Zad Moultaka

Šamaš

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