Installations / Rubble  
 

 
 
In the summer 2006, a few days after the cease fire, Nada Sehnaoui took more than 400 photographs of the Beirut suburb totally destroyed by Israeli warplanes. The photos are not sensational; they are a rather banal display of rubble void of blood, dead bodies or grand scale destruction. Rubble is an installation conceived as a space of meditation to reflect on the ongoing capacity of human beings to reduce other human beings’ lives to rubble.  

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