Raed Yassin: Hyper-Disciplinary Collective Histories
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Raed Yassin: Hyper-Disciplinary Collective Histories

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Year: 2021

Plot: Raed Yassin (born 1979, Beirut) is an artist and musician whose work often originates from an examination of his personal narratives and their position within a collective history, through the lens of consumer culture and mass production. He graduated from the theater department at the Institute of Fine Arts in Beirut in 2003, and since then has developed his conceptual practice through multiple mediums, including video, sound, photography, text, sculpture and performance. In one of his largest and most recent works "The Sea Between My Soul," installed at the Onassis Stegi Foundation in Athens Greece, Raed Yassin's hyper-disciplinary practice evolves into a multi-sensory theatrical performance and sculptural extravaganza. A rock musical performed by taxidermy animals, "The Sea Between My Soul" crosses boundaries between installation and theater, music and light, life and death and is a morbid reflection on the long-standing history of fatalities in the Mediterranean Sea.
Original Title: Raed Yassin: Hyper-Disciplinary Collective Histories
Producer: Reza Monahan , Marcelyn Gow
Type: movie
Year: 2021
Genres: Short
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Countries: United States
Languages: English
Original Air Date: 24 Jun 2021 (USA)
Producer: Reza Monahan , Marcelyn Gow
Box Office: $2,000 (estimated)
Editor: Cal Crawford