Filmmaker Emily Jacir asks her friend at Forensic Architecture to start an investigation before an inevitable act occurs.
Interlacing images, textures, movements, traces, and sounds from over a century, letter to a friend recounts in minute detail a home and street in Bethlehem – a place marked by movement, migration, survival, and war.
English with Closed Captions available.
Presented in partnership with Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network.
Live Q&A on Saturday, 30 Jan, at 6.30pm, on Zoom. FREE, register HERE. Emily will be in conversation with artist and activist, Sarona Abuaker
- Triple Chaser – investigation by Forensic Architecture about the manufacturing and use of the so-called Triple Chaser grenade
- Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and Research website – a grass-roots independent artist-run initiative founded in 2014, located in the 19th century Jacir family home in Bethlehem
- Interview with Emily Jacir for studio international
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