The Show Has A Long Title That I Don't Recall Anymore: An ambitious exhibition of new work by Lebanese artist Pascal Hachem, it will be composed of new sculptural installations that interrogate Hachem’s experiences of his home city of Beirut. Facing life in a city of both daily instability and overwhelming fragmentation, it considers how an individual or a society may remember their past. Hachem's work, inspired by everyday life and his reflections on the social and political situations in Beirut, sees him combine and alter ordinary domestic items and displacing them into the art gallery or public spaces to unexpected effect. This show will feature object based and performative installations designed to challenge the viewer’s perspective. Taking place from 15 September-2 December, 2017 at the Mosaic Rooms, Tower House, 226 Cromwell Road, London SW5 0SW.