DaDa presents a group show conceptualised around Horse Day, directed by Mohamed Bourouissa, and brings together four young artists whose works question ideas of belonging, territory and identity.
Hamdoulah ça va!
– How is the exposition going?
– Good Hamdoulah!
– You are saying that just like that?
– Yes, I am saying it like that, as an easy way to escape the other, but deep down it is an expression that abounds with complexity and history. Such as the expression Pfff… I don’t really know. However, …it talks about what we have become, it explains the hybridity of my neighborhood, of my city. Still I am not trying to create a meaning, or draw the lines, nor to form affinities for a movement, a style, a genre or a trend that will serve synthesizing presentiments, intuitions, ideas.
– And what? Hamdoulah ça va! It’s making the indeterminacy that I am in, the non-insurance, the possibility of imperfection, of mistake as well as the loss of meaning, all taking their place. In order to let yourself be surprised by the collision of meanings and ideas, of words and languages, they become the leitmotiv of the exhibition. You see, it is like drinking tea on the roof with aliens looking at the world as multiple impossibilities.
2 Place Jemaa El Fna
40000 Marrakech, Medina