History of the Circle of Confusion

  • About
    The image that disappears in Circle of Confusion reappears simultaneously in History of the Circle of Confusion, filmed and projected on a screen as a reverse re-enactment that presents the performative process. A camera captures the movements of the visitors as they remove fragments during the exhibition, generating every hour a film of 3000 images (2 minutes) projected onto a screen of the same size (3 x 4 meters), and displaying how the work is changing in real time. But a trace remains in the video.

    As the image disappears, the film built up. An immediate and evolving archive is produced through the recording of this specific process.

    Beirut does not stop existing.

    Other installations for Circle of Confusion

    Circle of Confusion
  • Exhibitions
    • Round Table, The 9th Gwangju Biennale, South Korea, 2012
    • How soon is now : A tribute to dreamers, Solo exhibition at Beirut Exhibition Center, Lebanon, 2012
    • Tel des oasis dans le desert, Solo exhibition at Eglise des Celestins, Festival d’Avignon, France, 2009