About this Event
Perceptible Rhythms/Alternative Temporalities
Middle Eastern Artists on Sustainability and the Environment
December 14, 2022- April 28, 2023
The Middle East Institute (MEI) Arts and Culture Center and Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation (ADMAF) are pleased to present Perceptible Rhythms/Alternative Temporalities, an exhibition exploring the impact of conflict, urbanization and the climate crisis on environments in the Middle East.
Curated by Maya El Khalil, the exhibit features twelve artists from the Middle East and South Asia who use multimedia, installation, photography, drawing and painting, to explore ways to live in harmony with the planet by reconnecting with past cultural histories, remembering extinct plant species, and imagining alternative ways for humankind to attune to nature.
Featured artists: Sarah Abu Abdallah, Abbas Akhavan, Moza Almatrooshi, Sarah Almehairi, Nadia Bseiso, Marianne Fahmy, Abdulnasser Gharem, Ali Kazim, Mohamed Mahdy, Maha Nasrallah, Filwa Nazer, Christian Sleiman.
This event is free and open to the public. Gallery is open M-F 10am-5pm on timed appointments. 1763 N Street, NW, Washington DC 20036.
BLACKOUT DATES: Tuesday, March 14th, 2023
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Middle East Institute, 1763 N Street Northwest, Washington, United States