Because there was and there wasn’t a city of Baghdad

The Jamelie Hassan piece for Signals is up in Sligo.

The Billboard is beside the Adelaide Street Entrance of the Dunnes Stores Car Park is definitely best viewed in person. Let us know what you think.

Read an interview with Jamelie where she talks about the Billboard work>

See an early analysis of the work from Lorenzo Buj, from the catalogue essay to “IN CONTROL”

Jamelie Hassan, Because there was and there wasn’t a city of Baghdad, 1991, appears courtesy of the Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery. This work appears as part of the exhibition Signals in the Dark : Art in the Shadow of War brought to Ireland by The Model Arts and Niland Gallery and opening in the Model Satellite space on Saturday 14th March and running there until sunday 3rd May.


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