16 January 2022

Four Fascinating Exhibitions by Students, Faculty, and Staff at VCUarts Qatar’s Project Spaces

Ever wondered what embroidery ‘sounds’ like? Or what happens when design intersects technology?

A tribute to a grandfather’s life, the outcomes of marrying design with technology, the conversion of embroidery into music, and recreating an office through artwork – these are the themes of the four exhibitions that are currently on display at the Project Spaces exhibition areas at VCUarts Qatar.

All four exhibitions, created by VCUarts Qatar faculty, staff and students, run until February 17.

The exhibitions are on display at various locations in the building. 

My Grandfather’s Journey’ by Marketing Communications Coordinator Rasha Alkasab is on display at the Project Spaces in the Art & Design Library on the ground floor.

Computational Potential’ by ‘xLab’, a research initiative can be viewed at the Project Spaces section in the Saffron Hall.

The Sound of Thread: Extending traditions through the sonification of Palestinian embroidery’ by Naima Almajdobah, a senior graphic design student, is on display at Project Space Glass Display on the first floor.

Office Hours’ by Painting + Printmaking Assistant Professor Michael Perrone is at the Project Space Glass Display on the ground floor.

For more information, please visit: https://qatar.vcu.edu/events/project-spaces-2021-22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video by Nic van der Bijl. 

‘Office Hours’ by Painting + Printmaking Assistant Professor Michael Perrone is at the Project Space Glass Display on the ground floor. Photograph by Markus Elblaus.

‘Computational Potential’ by ‘xLab’, a research initiative can be viewed at the Project Spaces section in the Saffron Hall. Photograph by Markus Elblaus.

‘My Grandfather’s Journey’ by Marketing Communications Coordinator Rasha Alkasab is on display at the Project Spaces in the Art & Design Library on the ground floor.

‘The Sound of Thread: Extending traditions through the sonification of Palestinian embroidery’ by Naima Almajdobah, a senior graphic design student, is on display at Project Space Glass Display on the first floor. Photograph by Markus Elblaus.

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