Clash of Forever
Cairo, EG

Wood, Metal, Glass, Light Bulbs, Speakers, and Acrylic Paint

Standard video game “arcade”, but instead of controls and buttons, there is a sort of crank. And where the television screen is supposed to go, sits a large cylinder covered in pictographs. Upon turning the crank, the cylinder also turns, revealing a never-ending pictorial story: a cyclical clash between authority, faith, art, and feminism; The Clash of Forever.

First exhibited at a collaborated artist-curated exhibition with Ahmed Hefnawy, Ammar Abo Bakr, and Hany Rashed titled “Freedom/Shit”.

Video from Medrar.TV

Horreya/Kharya (“Freedom or Shit”)— Cairo, 2013