Sat 1 October
Talk: Noureddine Ezarraf, Les techniciens de l’eau
Saturday 1 October, 6:00pm
Noureddine Ezarraf will share an introduction to his practice and talk through a brief history of hydro-politics in rural Morocco. For Nourreddine, the geometries of water distribution offer a matrix to investigate the transformations of time, agri/cultures, rituals and social relations.
Image: Kirsten McTernan
Noureddine Ezarraf is an artist, essayist and a bricoleur poet living and working in Marrakech, Morocco. Through a multidisciplinary and hybrid practice, his work spans from research into the institutes interconnecting architecture and proxemics with the politics embedded in listening, to the iconologies and rhetorics of tourism as an hyper-colonisation of spaces and territories, especially in the context of Morocco. Noureddine also writes on Amazigh futurism.
This event is part of the Call the Waves public programme. Call the Waves is a group exhibition and public programme which emerges from interconnected intimacies with different bodies of water, bringing together new works from artists, musicians, and historians Alia Mossallam, Bint Mbareh, Fern Thomas, Kandace Siobhan Walker, Maya Al Khaldi, and Noureddine Ezarraf. The project is co-curated by QANAT and SWAY, held collaboratively by Francesca Masoero, Louise Hobson, and Shayma Nader. Visit Call the Waves at Chapter Gallery Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 5pm.
All Call the Waves events are free, but booking is essential. Find more information and links below.
Mae’r holl ddigwyddiadau Call the Waves am ddim, ond mae’n rhaid archebu. Mae rhagor o wybodaeth a dolenni isod.
Listen to the Call the Waves audio flyer here.
Gwrandewch i taflen sain Call the Waves yma.