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"Suspension of Disbelief," the latest show at Mark Hachem Gallery, delves into what makes the viewer accept the often unrealistic premise of a film, the impact it leaves on a viewer and the psychology of entertainment.Others are Ghazi's study of watching people watching specific movies, and seeing how they responded.To appreciate Ghazi's work, having knowledge of each film's plot will help viewers see the connections and commentary he is aiming to make. Otherwise, the paintings out of context can seem like switching on the TV and dropping in to a movie half-way through, not quite having all the exposition required to understand what's happening.
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