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Maureen Paley

Lawrence Abu Hamdan

LAWRENCE ABU HAMDAN, installation view of the eponymous exhibition at Maureen Paley, London, 2017. Courtesy Maureen Paley. 

We most often understand, negotiate and register space through our visual and bodily senses. However, when the freedoms of vision and movement are inhibited, other forms of awareness come to the fore, as in the phenomenon of human echolocation—where the visually impaired are able to map their surroundings by making sounds and interpreting reverberations. In his recent exhibition at London’s Maureen Paley gallery, Beirut-based artist Lawrence Abu…

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