One of four interactive installations on campus this fall by the artist Tania El Khoury, an artist based in Beirut and London, Camp Pause
, is a four-channel video that follows Palestinian residents of the Rashidieh Refugee Camp in Lebanon on their everyday journeys between their homes and the nearby sea. This collaborative work, made with other members of Dictaphone Group
, remains on view in the Rare Book Room for the entire fall semester.
From September 12-23, Camp Pause
joins four other works at Bryn Mawr for the most extensive exhibition of El Khoury's work to date. ear-whispered: Works by Tania El Khoury
is funded by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage with additional support from the Friends of the Bryn Mawr College Library. Read student blog posts
about their experiences working with the artist. Performance tickets available here
Camp Pause is accompanied by a weekly series of Friday Finds programming that explores themes of immigration, memory, feminism, and social justice in the Middle East.
Major support for ear-whispered: works by Tania El Khoury has been provided to Bryn Mawr College by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. This project is presented in association with FringeArts.