JARÉ


Installation view of Jaré for the Tell Me Louder exhibition at Hisk Gosset in Brussels, Belgium, March 2022.

For the community of Malkie (North East Syria), "Jaré" is an emotional memory. In the country, during the nights of great heat, Assyrian families used to sleep on the roofs of their houses in a large bed that they built all together. Their gestures are almost choreographed, reminiscent of a ritual. The video installation "Jaré" reactivates this memory belonging to the collective memory of this community, idealizing a disappeared land, which does not really belong to them. This installation is accompanied by an immersive sound piece mixing testimonies of Assyrians in the form of snippets superimposed on the sounds of the environment that they could hear from the bed.

Diaspora in Bloom, Assyrian Film in diaspora - Assyrian Policy Institute - Washington D.C - USA - Juin 2022
Un grand amour suffit - Art Brussels Off - Exposition collective - Open-Art Today - Bruxelles - Belgique - Avril 2022
Tell Me Louder - Exposition collective soutenue par le Hisk et Kanal Centre Pompidou - Bruxelles - Belgique - Mars 2022


Video installation : projection and two satellite screens.
Sculpture installation : carpets, sheets, fabrics, blankets, cushions.
French with english subtitles.
22 minutes

2022

Directed in collaboration with Ghazel Aziz, architect.
With : Diana Isaac, Jerjis Isaac, Gabriel Korkis, Natali Korkis,
Sound : Romane Iskaria, Maxime Pichont, Thibault Dupont.


Installation view of Jour for the exhibition Frictions at BPS22 Charleroi, Belgium, June 2022.