Artwork

Frieze, 2015

Frieze is a series of 3D printed reliefs, that are based on photography images taken from the internet showing building in a state of destruction.The images are taken from Babylonian and Assyrian world heritage architecture, that were destroyed during the

Frieze, 2015

Frieze is a series of 3D printed reliefs, that are based on photography images taken from the internet showing building in a state of destruction.The images are taken from Babylonian and Assyrian world heritage architecture, that were destroyed during the

Coverage, 2015

Excerpt from ‘The Rape of Memory’ by David Elliott: Coverage, more than a play on words, is the title of the large fabric work with which this exhibition concludes. Decorative, geometric arabesques uniformly cover thirty-six differently coloured pieces of fabric,

Coverage, 2015

Excerpt from ‘The Rape of Memory’ by David Elliott: Coverage, more than a play on words, is the title of the large fabric work with which this exhibition concludes. Decorative, geometric arabesques uniformly cover thirty-six differently coloured pieces of fabric,

Untitled – silkscreens, 2015

Excerpt from ‘The Rape of Memory’ by David Elliott: In an untitled series of large silkscreens made with dust, pigment and lacquer printed on sheet aluminium, Fattal has focused on images of recent acts of cultural desecration and destruction as

Untitled – silkscreens, 2015

Excerpt from ‘The Rape of Memory’ by David Elliott: In an untitled series of large silkscreens made with dust, pigment and lacquer printed on sheet aluminium, Fattal has focused on images of recent acts of cultural desecration and destruction as

Terrain, 2015

Excerpt from ‘The Rape of Memory’ by David Elliott: In his exhibition, Mesopotography, Fattal has broadened the geographical and conceptual focus of his work to include the systematic cycles of destruction of historical and religious monuments that have characterised warfare

Terrain, 2015

Excerpt from ‘The Rape of Memory’ by David Elliott: In his exhibition, Mesopotography, Fattal has broadened the geographical and conceptual focus of his work to include the systematic cycles of destruction of historical and religious monuments that have characterised warfare

1936 – DOUBLE MENDELSOHN – 1936 – DOUBLE SPEER

  1936 – DOUBLE MENDELSOHN, 2012 Transparency and golden mirror 102x80x9 cm   1936 – DOUBLE SPEER, 2012 Transparency and golden mirror 102x80x9 cm   These two works follow two designs from 1936 by two German architects: Erich Mendelsohn, who

1936 – DOUBLE MENDELSOHN – 1936 – DOUBLE SPEER

  1936 – DOUBLE MENDELSOHN, 2012 Transparency and golden mirror 102x80x9 cm   1936 – DOUBLE SPEER, 2012 Transparency and golden mirror 102x80x9 cm   These two works follow two designs from 1936 by two German architects: Erich Mendelsohn, who

INTERIOR 2013

GERMAN INTERIOR, 2013 Black desert sand on aluminium 85×104 cm   JAPANESE INTERIOR, 2013 Black desert sand on aluminium 85×104 cm   German Interior and Japanese Interior are extensions of 1943 – German Village, showing the inside of buildings used

INTERIOR 2013

GERMAN INTERIOR, 2013 Black desert sand on aluminium 85×104 cm   JAPANESE INTERIOR, 2013 Black desert sand on aluminium 85×104 cm   German Interior and Japanese Interior are extensions of 1943 – German Village, showing the inside of buildings used

Screen 2011

SCREEN, 2011 Bathroom cabinets, bronze mirrors, wood 180x220x50cm   Screen is an installation comprising bathroom cabinets and bronze mirrors on one side and dark wood on the other. Folding the cabinets against the mirrors duplicates the parallel, vertical lights, resembling

Screen 2011

SCREEN, 2011 Bathroom cabinets, bronze mirrors, wood 180x220x50cm   Screen is an installation comprising bathroom cabinets and bronze mirrors on one side and dark wood on the other. Folding the cabinets against the mirrors duplicates the parallel, vertical lights, resembling

1943- German Village

      1943 – GERMAN VILLAGE, 2012 Industrial dust on metal, lacquer on tin, wood 95×80 cm 1943 – German Village is named after a military experiment that took place in the US that year. The work combines two

1943- German Village

      1943 – GERMAN VILLAGE, 2012 Industrial dust on metal, lacquer on tin, wood 95×80 cm 1943 – German Village is named after a military experiment that took place in the US that year. The work combines two