Civilian spectrums : When the flashback of the city comes with a group of impressions, reforming a continuous action of concrete that find a place for itself in the painting, getting cut between the metal cranes that hiding the scene and rebuilding it at the same time .. where there’s more of the concrete which is thirsty to exist.. which cannot wait until he fulfil that air climbed by the “metal crowns”, the lighting space getting requiems with more constructions while the identity still hidden as a metaphysical observer who’s pushing this changes to be complete as a sensible end .. an objective chaos controlled with its details (altro…)
The idea behind the party was a simple one: to go back from where it all started. The idea for the first Kindergarten party was a joke on Boudi’s big head and the assonance his name has with the word booty. (altro…)
Snapshots of Halloween at the Kindergarden Collective. Imad Habbab’s painting keeping it creative.
All photos courtesy of Mie Brinkmann. For more info on the Danish Beirut based photographer click here. (altro…)
Norwegian photographer Sebastian Dahl just just publisheda photo essay on the Kindergarten Collective on Norwegian magazine Cirkmag
Proud to say he was also just nominated as one of the ten best Nordic photographers of 2014 by Idesigni
More of his work can be found here: http://unspecularhighlights.tumblr.com/
The text below was written by Tim Davis Frank. It was part of a performance organized by The Kindergarten Collective. The intent was to tell a story – the same story – through three different mediums: one is word (see below) the second is paint (Imad Habbab used charckle live – see photos) and Hassan Nasser told the story through the mix (clink link below). The event took place in the basement of Indo-Lanka (see photos) an indian restaurant and shop in Daura, eastern outskirts of Beirut.
This video is courtesy of French journalist Camille Tahar. It was shot last November at The Kindergarten Collective in Beirut. The event started with a presentation by Syrian entrepreneur and artist Wissam Muases where he explained his work and how he up-cycles beer bottles. Following the presentation Syrian band Hat Lan Shouf and Khebez Daule performed.
The following text is from the performance that Ida Balslev enacted on the 24th of May at the Kindergarten Collective in Beirut. The final performance will be shown in the end of July, stay tuned.