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‘Time spent
         without its flow'

Dala Nasser

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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Installation view, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Anemone, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Anemone, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Oak, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Oak, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Zaytoun, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Zaytoun, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Flint Stone, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Flint Stone, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Poppy, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Poppy, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Poppy, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Hibiscus, ‘Time spent without its flow’.
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Hibiscus, ‘Time spent without its flow’.

We are pleased to announce Time spent without its flow, a solo exhibition by recent artist-in-residence Dala Nasser curated by Odessa Warren. The exhibition opens 31st March at 56 Conduit Street with a private view 6-8pm, and runs until 5 May.

As a material based artist working through abstraction and alternative forms of image making, Dala Nasser applies an interdisciplinary approach to her works ranging from painting, to performance, and films. She examines the human and non-human entanglement in the perpetually deteriorating environmental, historical and political conditions resulting from practices of extraction and generations of colonial erasure. Dala uses a range of materials to examine histories, ecologies, and toxicity in her works producing context-specific installations.

Dala Nasser (b. 1990, Lebanon, lives and works in Lebanon) graduated from Slade School of Fine Arts, London (2016) and Yale School of Art (2021) with a focus on Painting/Printmaking. Her work has been shown internationally, including Centre Pompidou, Paris (2022); Villa Emplain, Brussels (2021); Beirut Art Center, Beirut (2017 and 2019); Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah (2019); Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles (2018); Victoria Miro, London (2018).

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