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At first glance, the Cairo art installation appears to be a mural in red-and-purple hues, of three people at a table.The installation, called After Dinner, was Cairo-based artist Chanel Arif's latest venture into living, breathing art.In each work, Arif strives to create something that invites the viewer to forget the space they're physically in.Inspired by American artist Alexa Meade, the concept is new in Egypt's contemporary art scene, where artists can struggle to engage conservative audiences.
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