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ONE ON ONE

Inas Halabi on Rosalind Nashashibi

ROSALIND NASHASHIBI, Vivian’s Garden, 2017, still from video with color and stereo sound: 29 min 50 sec. 

Courtesy the artist and LUX, London.

Rosalind Nashashibi’s Hreash House (2004) is centered on the collective existence of an extended family. Set in a concrete block in Nazareth during the month of Ramadan, the film is structured around the preparation of a feast and its subtle aftermath. Within this confined space, the family becomes a signifier for an entire community, reflecting how we live with each other and with

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