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THE ISLE

A Reading of the Island of Kish in the Persian Gulf
Thu, 21.05.2009–Sun, 23.08.2009

MAK Center L.A., Schindler House

Since 2005, the collaborative group Pages has focused on a series of ongoing projects relating to an island in the Persian Gulf called Kish; the exhibition presents two of these projects: Sunset Cinema and Undecided Utopias. Pages is comprised of Nasrin Tabatabai and Babak Afrassiabi. They will be MAK UFI fellows in residence at the Fitzpatrick- Leland House in the spring of 2009.

 

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