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View of Lydia Ourahmane, Barzakh, S.M.A.K., Ghent, 2022. Photo: Dirk Pauwels.

Lydia Ourahmane: Barzakh at S.M.A.K. Ghent

May 21–September 18, 2022 “Barzakh” means “limbo” in Arabic, but also refers to the state in between life and death, a realm in which a spirit waits but also a physical place that offers relief. After the lockdown of 2020, Lydia Ourahmane (b. 1992, Sada, Algeria) transported all of the belongings of her rented apartment in…

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View of Tassili, SculptureCenter, New York, 2022. Photo: Charles Benton.

Lydia Ourahmane: Tassili at SculptureCenter

Lydia Ourahmane’s works often begin as large, open-ended propositions that find the edges of possibility within the political, environmental, and metaphysical conditions in which she operates. Lydia Ourahmane: Tassili is an engagement with a remote desert, how and why one travels there, and the conditions of image production. Specifically it is about Tassili n’Ajjer, a…

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