Retracing A Disappearing Landscape:

Retracing A Disappearing Landscape: Curated by Najlaa El-Ageli (Noon Arts Projects) and the first of its kind internationally, this six-week interdisciplinary art exhibition will be exploring people’s direct experience of and fascination with memory and personal history as well as the collective narratives that arise in connection with modern day Libya. Involving the participation of over 25 contemporary artists and professionals, it will feature visual artworks, especially commissioned installations, film, photography (archival and recent) and seven parallel presentations that will offer more depth and insight into the exhibition themes and shared stories. With the mixed input of both the artists and professionals - whose diverse backgrounds draw upon the arts, poetry, literature, history, research, photojournalism and documentary filmmaking - this will be an eye-opener for special guests and the British public. Taking place 30 March-12 May, 2018 at the P21 Gallery, 21-27 Chalton Street, London NW1 1JD.