C. A. Xuan Mai Ardia interviews Curator Nat Muller following the opening of the group exhibition But Still Tomorrow Builds into My Face at Lawrie Shabibi. Muller explains about the significance of holding an exhibition on such a topic now, located in the Middle East, where in recent years especially, there has been an ongoing destruction of cultural and historical heritage: "Much of the world, but especially the Middle East, seems to find itself at a crossroad. What the show does in a forceful way is query who controls history and the artifacts of time. History is an incredible geo-political resource of power: who controls time, controls history and the future. It is very much an exhibition about identity too: by what and how will we be remembered?"
Art Radar Features 'But Still Tomorrow Builds into My Face'
C. A. Xuan Mai Ardia, Art Radar, April 25, 2016