The Library of Unread Books

    The Library of Unread Books

    The Library of Unread Books is an itinerant library initiated by Heman Chong and Renée Staal. It is a living reference library with a collection of over 700 titles, that traces the perimeters of knowledge and reflects on notions of access, excess and the politics of redistribution.

    Film: Framing Territories and Mamelles Ancestrales

    Film: Framing Territories and Mamelles Ancestrales

    Visit Gallery 9 this week and see two films; Framing Territories by Geocinema and Mamelles Ancestrales by Tabita Rezaire

    Films: All that is solid by Louis Henderson and Core Dump by Francois Knoetze

    Films: All that is solid by Louis Henderson and Core Dump by Francois Knoetze

    This week's film programme explores the material trace of our digital present- from the energy required to run data centres and server farms, to the environmental and human costs of rare earth mineral extraction and the e-waste trade

    Hassan Khan: Composition for a Public Park

    Hassan Khan: Composition for a Public Park

    A musical artwork written to be experienced by moving through space, Composition for a Public Park is a large-scale, multi-lingual musical artwork by artist and musician Hassan Khan, featuring multi-channel music and spoken narrative

    Artist’s Rooms: Prabhakar Pachpute

    Artist’s Rooms: Prabhakar Pachpute

    Pachpute’s Artist’s Room focuses on Indian farmers’ campaigns for land rights and survival, and how the farmers use their bodies in performative ways during the act of protesting

    Children’s Tour and Workshop led by Zahra Jewanjee

    Children’s Tour and Workshop led by Zahra Jewanjee

    November 30: Join this workshop led by the artist Zahra Jewanjee focussing on the development of imagined landscapes using Jaddaf Waterfront Sculpture Park as a point of reference

    Library Circles: Reem Khorshid

    Library Circles: Reem Khorshid

    This iteration of Library Circles presents a research display by researcher Reem Khorshid, in the spaces leading up to the Jameel Library from September 2 to November 17