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August - Januar , Kuratorin: Reem Fadda Aug 15 Fotos In the advent of what Jerusalem continues to face from exclusionary policies enforced by militarization and closure, the Palestinian Museum has created a multi-faceted project and exhibition, Jerusalem Lives, which aims to focus on the living aspect of the city and support its people.
The exhibition attempts to examine the city of Jerusalem as a case study metaphorically representing globalization and its failures, and find answers to inspire a better future. Could the title Tahya Al Quds transform from a mere slogan to presenting real content and support for life in the city?
What are the stories of collective resistance? How do we make Jerusalem live? Four chapters explore the concept, beginning with a multidisciplinary exhibition that demonstrates the emanation, effects and limitations of globalization in Jerusalem.
Commissioned or refabricated site-specific artworks by Palestinian and international artists form the second chapter in the grounds and gardens of the Palestinian Museum. In the third chapter, the public programme aims to support civic and non-governmental organizations in the city that have adopted a long-term methodology of collective struggle.
The Jerusalem Lives publication is the fourth chapter, focusing on knowledge production as a frontier of resistance. In partnership with the Palestinian journal Jerusalem Quarterly, a special edition celebrating the lives of important Jerusalemites will also be produced.
She has worked as Academic Director to the International Academy of Art — Palestine, which she helped found in , and was recently the curator of the 6th Marrakech Biennale in Sultan F. About the Palestinian Museum The Palestinian Museum is an independent museum dedicated to supporting an open and dynamic Palestinian culture nationally and internationally. The building was designed by Dublin-based architecture company Heneghan Peng, selected by a jury following an international design competition.
Covering an area of m2, the building contains exhibition spaces, an open-air amphitheatre, and indoor and outdoor cafeterias as well as classrooms, offices, and storage space. Its structure references the terraced hills around Birzeit and is surrounded by terraced gardens, designed by Jordanian landscape architect Lara Zureikat. The Museum is launched without a collection. Its programming will rely on touring exhibitions and a digital platform.
Its permanent collection will then gradually be built over time. The Palestinian Museum is a flagship project of Taawon-Welfare Association, a Palestinian, independent, and not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the developmental and humanistic needs of the Palestinians in the West Bank, Jerusalem, Gaza Strip, the Palestinian communities inside the Green Line and among the refugee communities in Lebanon. Information and photos: Courtesy of the Palestinian Museum.
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