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Nahla's Editorial Note

Time moves so quickly and it is May already with the fasting month of Ramadan just round the corner! This explains why the Arab-London arts and culture scene will quieten down for a little bit as observers dedicate themselves to the spiritual energising of self during the four sacred weeks.

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Curated by Najlaa El-Ageli (Noon Arts Projects), the 'Retracing A Disappearing Landscape' is an interdisciplinary art exhibition that is currently on show at the P21 Gallery in London until 12 May. Presenting visual artworks, especially commissioned installations, films and photography (both recent and archival), it creatively explores people’s direct experience of and fascination with memory and personal history, as well as the collective narratives that arise in connection to modern day Libya.

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