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Watch our latest artist interview with Khaled Sabsabi

Khaled Sabsabi

b.1965 :

Sabsabi has been a recipient of the Blake Art Prize 2011, Helen Lempriere Scholarship and an Australia Council for the Arts Fellowship and have participated in the New Media Fest, SoundLAB, Beirut Arts Festival, Electrofringe, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, the Monographic Sample of Art Average Colombia and 3rd Digital Art Festival in Argentina and Italy. He has also presented solo exhibitions in Sydney at Campbelltown Arts Centre, Casula Powerhouse, Gallery 4A and Mori Gallery, and has exhibited in group exhibitions including Making It New: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Out of Place, Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin; Integration, Assimilation and a fair go for ALL, Gallery 4A; Soft Power: Asian Attitudes, Shanghai Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, China; ASIAEUROPE Mediations, National Gallery, Poland; The Resilient Landscape, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney; Interdigitate, The Moving Image Centre, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand; Living Here Now – Art and Politics, Y2K, Australian Perspecta.

Running time: 15.18

Artist Khaled Sabsabi discusses his work, practice and inspiration. The artist highlights particular conceptual and material concerns in the development of his work, including culture, identity and community, and how the relationship between the audience, site and the artwork informs meaning.

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Khaled Sabsabi, interview with Klaus Kinski, 26 November 2007

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