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history of the present:'everything and nothing' and other works from the ongoing video project 'untitled'
'everything and nothing' is part 1 of Jayce Salloum's ongoing multi-channel video installation, 'untitled'. It features an intimate dialogue with ex-Lebanese National Resistance fighter, Soha Bechara, taped during the last year of the Israeli occupation and one year after her release from captivity in El-Khiam torture and interrogation center, where she had been detained for ten years - six in isolation.

Sponsored by NYU's Center for Media, Culture and History, Center for Religion and Media, and Kevorkian Center.

This event is part of the Kevorkian Center's Islamic Visual Culture Series. It is free and open to the public.

For information, call 212.998.8877.

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