Jeddah’s renowned arts destination, Hayy Jameel, proudly presents its latest Silent Hands exhibition. To be held till October 16, 2023, this captivating group exhibition delves into the complex themes of work and leisure in Asia and its diasporas. Featuring a diverse range of artists, including Pacita Abad, Hangama Amiri, Mohammed Kazem, Maha Malluh, Khairullah Rahim, Anhar Salem, and Aarti Sunder, ‘Silent Hands’ invites visitors to explore the intersections of work, gender, migration, and more.
Exploring Spaces of Work and Their Significance:
‘Silent Hands’ takes visitors on a thought-provoking journey through the different dimensions of work, both physical and virtual. The exhibition showcases artworks illuminating the profound connections between workspaces and various aspects of life, such as gender dynamics, financial independence, social mobility, and the impact of migration. The exhibition aims to spark dialogue and reflection on these pressing issues by presenting a range of perspectives and artistic expressions.
Curatorial Vision and Collaborations:
Curated by Art Jameel’s Rotana Shaker, in collaboration with guest curators Zain Al Saie and Jean Wong, ‘Silent Hands’ is a testament to Hayy Jameel’s dedication to supporting curatorial development. The exhibition showcases the curator’s meticulous selection of artists and artworks that provide diverse narratives and perspectives on work and leisure in Asia and its diasporas. This exhibition also serves as a prelude to a forthcoming annual open call for curatorial projects, further highlighting Hayy Jameel’s commitment to nurturing and showcasing artistic talent.
Engage with ‘Silent Hands’:
‘Silent Hands’ invites art enthusiasts, locals, and visitors alike to immerse themselves in this compelling exploration of work and leisure. The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to engage with thought-provoking artworks that shed light on societal issues and the human experience. By delving into the intricate connections between work, gender, migration, and more, visitors will gain a deeper understanding of the cultural fabric of Asia and its diasporas.
Don’t Miss Out:
Make sure to mark your calendars and visit Hayy Jameel to experience the ‘Silent Hands’ exhibition firsthand. From May 29 to October 16, 2023, you can indulge in the diverse perspectives of talented artists such as Pacita Abad, Hangama Amiri, Mohammed Kazem, Maha Malluh, Khairullah Rahim, Anhar Salem, and Aarti Sunder. Join us on this artistic journey as we explore the complexities and nuances of work and leisure in Asia and its diasporas.
‘Silent Hands’ at Hayy Jameel promises to be an enriching and thought-provoking experience, inviting visitors to contemplate the intersections of work, gender, migration, and more. Through the diverse works of talented artists, the exhibition highlights the significance of workspaces and their impact on various aspects of life. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with contemporary art and explore the cultural narratives that shape our world. Plan your visit to Hayy Jameel and delve into the captivating world of ‘Silent Hands.’