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Rabih Mroué is an actor, director, playwright and a TDR Contributing Editor. In 1990 he began putting on his own plays, performances, and videos. Continuously searching for new and contemporary relations among all the different elements and languages of the theatre art forms, Mroué questions the definitions of theatre and the relationship between space and form of the performance and, consequently, questions how the performer relates with the audience.
His works deal with the issues that have been swept under the table in the current political climate of Lebanon. He draws much-needed attention to the broader political and economic contexts by means of a semi-documentary theatre….
Retrieved from: http://www.sfeir-semler.com/gallery-artists/rabih-mroue/
Grandfather, Father and Son, 2010, Galerie Sfeir-Semler, Hamburg – installation view
Noiseless, 2006-2008 video, colour, mute, 4:40 min, Edition of 5 + 1 ap
The Fall of a Hair, 2012 Part 1: The Pixelated Revolution
I the undersigned, 2006, 2 channel monitor screening, sound, colour, 3:52 min., Edition of 5 + 1 a.p.
Other videos :: artort.tv – d13 – Rabih Mroué – The Pixelated Revolution : http://vimeo.com/44123255 (in german)