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Art Alert: One day exhibition Interactive Diaries to open in Room

One day exhibition, 'Interactive Diaries' to take place in Room art space on Saturday 1 November to incorporate illustration, photography and sound art

Ahram Online, Monday 27 Oct 2014
Photo: Courtesy of Room art space
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One-day art exhibition, “Interactive Diaries” will showcase illustration, photography and sound works by nine artists from Egypt, Italy and Serbia in Room art space in Garden City on Saturday 1 November.

The nine artists have been interacting online throughout October to produce the exhibition. Virtual interaction is the idea of the project which aims to bring artists who are geographically disconnected together to produce multicultural results.

Each work to be presented includes the work of any three of the nine artists. The Egyptian artists participating are illustrator Tarek Abdelkawi, photographer Rehab Khalil and sound artist Ahmed Saleh. The other six artists include Linnch, Nemanja Knežević and Predrag Šestić from Serbia, and Salvatore Giommarresi, Linda Dorigo and Alessio Ballerini from Italy.

Interactive Diaries will show for one day only on Saturday 1 November at 6pm at Room art space
10 Mohameyeen El-Arab Street (previously Tolombat Street), Garden City, Cairo

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