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Nahla's Editorial Note

April has arrived and Spring is in the air. For this month, I have some news and some favourite events that I recommend below. I do however advise that you refer to the whole listing of Arab-inspired arts and culture entires in London on My Curious Inbox page that is updated on a regular basis and goes well into future months.

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Alongside the 'Retracing A Disappearing Landscape' interdisciplinary art exhibition - that is currently on display at the P21 Gallery in London - is the hosting of a parallel programme of events that adds more depth and insight into the themes that come up in the viewing of the artworks and the encouraged interaction with the installations. 

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Curated by Najlaa El-Ageli (Noon Arts Projects), the 'Retracing A Disappearing Landscape' is an interdisciplinary art exhibition that is currently on show at the P21 Gallery in London until 12 May. Presenting visual artworks, especially commissioned installations, films and photography (both recent and archival), it creatively explores people’s direct experience of and fascination with memory and personal history, as well as the collective narratives that arise in connection to modern day Libya.

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Set in a world in which we have become a bit like zombies, not knowing how to respond to the news we hear or read about everyday. Bombarded with fake and true information, many are no longer sure of how to act in the face of others’ suffering or indeed towards the awareness that we all now live under subtle surveillance and manipulation. Instead we choose to be deaf and blind by turning to other stories that can assuage our conscience and help us deny responsibility.

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