BUSH gallery and Dana Qaddah
Front: slide holder, found rocks, nylon rope, reflective tape. Back: choke cherry stained sheet, produced collectively during Plug In ICA’s 2018 Summer Institute II: BUSH gallery
Dana Qaddah (b. Beirut, Lebanon) is an interdisciplinary artist and independent curator currently based on unceded Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish territory. Qaddah’s practice uses archives of personal and itinerant cultural knowledge to traverse themes of Arab futurism and storytelling, while reflecting on the condition of being abstracted from the destruction of one’s own sense of self and place.