Location: Loggia, Golden Gate, Dioklecijanova 7 street
Opening: July 13 at 8 p.m.
Duration: July 13 - 27 2020
Blurred Lines is an exhibition by Israeli-Palestinian artist Karam Natour whose work reflects the dynamics of power structures within society. Natour, a young artist and professor at the Academy of Art and Design in Bezalel (Jerusalem, Israel), mainly works in the medium of video, which is then followed by his drawings and installations.
In her artwork, Karam Natour explores the complexity of identity, its characteristics, fluidity, heritage culture, gender issues, and political and national environment. Karam Natour plays with humor and irony in his works and often involves himself and his family.
The curator of the project is Olga Stefan.