A trip to a zoo, an observation at a university campus, a fragment of a family’s holiday traditions—relationships and everyday events described almost without any adjectives, names or other details. Iman Issa (Cairo/New York) identifies a lack of something and collects material that can possibly fill in the gaps, making it complete, or that aims it in a whole new direction. She uses photography, text, sculpture, video and sound to formulate abstract questions about individual experience and how it’s connected to the collective.
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