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Prominent at Sursock Museum these days is a series of hand-drawn, black-and-white figures with handwritten Arabic words around them.The exhibition guide suggests the series sets out to investigate what shapes a citizen's mobility around Beirut and how this is linked to social class, gender, ethnicity, creed, political alliance, personal narrative and ability. In the same room as the photo series a monitor is home to a documentary titled "Ard" (land), 2011, which the artist made in Cario shortly after the revolution.The artist worked with a group of teenage residents at the rehabilitation center who had overexerted themselves and sustained athletic injuries."A Wave in the Well" is on show at Sursock Museum's Twin Galleries through Jan. 30, 2017 .
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