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  • Some Other Way, Somewhere Else...

    Wafa Gabsi reports on Dream City, an artistic initiative that meets the challenge, she finds, of merging '[t]his virtuous vision of thinking about the world...[with] a fundamental question: how can artistic activities be a tool for social link?'

  • The Woven Archive

    Héla Ammar is a visual artist, PhD graduate of law and a self-defined militant feminist. In her photography, she has often chosen to put herself centre stage in order to express her opinion on topics that shape the contours of an endlessly shifting, contemporary feminine identity. In this interview, Wafa...

  • Image Politics

    Tunisian artist ismaël lives and works in Tunis, where he was born in 1981. ismaël's work explores the social and political functions of the image as mediated via contemporary modes of dissemination, from television to the Internet. Moving fluidly between writing, blogging, producing video art, documentary filmmaking and curating, recent...

  • After the Storm

    One year after the revolution in Tunisia not only ousted a corrupt and corrupting regime but kick-started a wave of revolutions across North Africa and the wider Middle East, an exhibition entitled Dégagements, la Tunisie, Un An Après (Oustings, Tunisia, One Year Later) was staged. Curated by Michket Krifa, and...