Wafaa Bilal uses interactive technologies, new media, and performance to create dynamic platforms for engagement and discussion. While many of his works deal directly with war, racism, and current political realities, he also explores the more personal, cultural, and collective realms of everyday life, including notions of communication, memory, and relationships. The projects featured in this issue's “Curated Spaces” interrogate digital culture as a platform for psychological and sociological control in the context of the war in Iraq and within an environment that is highly mediated and increasingly monitored.
Wafaa Bilal; Curated Spaces. Radical History Review 1 October 2013; 2013 (117): 139–148. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/01636545-2375232
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