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  • Condemned to Depth

    'Invisible architecture is alive even when it is dead,' writes Doa Aly. 'Throughout her photographic career, ElNemr has always looked with affection on such tragic and extraneous 'things', slowly transferring seriousness from ambivalent practices bred on the edges of Cairo, from the periphery, to the periphery of the periphery...I'm looking...

  • The Image(s) Between Us

    'Our century began with what Jean Baudrillard called the 'mother of all events' that would usher us into the era of highly mediatized, visually compelling global terrorism...,' writes Doa Aly. Using Jean Baudrilliard's <em>The Spirit of Terrorism</em> as a point of departure, Aly examines the image of death and the...