Lebanese artist and theatre director Rabih Mroué has taken the art world by storm. His 2012 film, The Pixalated Revolution, powerfully represents the people’s resistance in present-day Syria through an analysis of mobile phone images and videos taken by Syrian civilians. Mroué was the recipient of the 2010 Spalding Gray Award and the 2011 Prince Claus Award ‘for his radical interrogation of memory, power, and the construction of truth’.


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