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Foam 3h: Susanne Khalil Yusef - Lalalala

Discover our online activities around the exhibition Foam 3h: Susanne Khalil Yusef - Lalalala. Khalil Yusef (b. 1984) considers herself to be Palestinian. Her grandparents fled Jaffa in 1948 and were determined to return. They never did. Khalil Yusef’s Palestinian heritage is central to her highly personal artwork through which she addresses urgent topics such as displacement, human rights and identity. 

Take a closer look in the studio of Susanne Khalil Yusef 

Foam 3h: Susanne Khalil Yusef - Lalalala, 2020 © Foam. Video by Tiberiu-Mihail Cimpoeru.

Foam visited the studio of Susanne Khalil Yusef who creates small and expansive multimedia installations, inspired by stories derived from various archives, found objects and personal encounters. Khalil Yusef’s Palestinian heritage is central to her highly personal artworks through which she addresses urgent topics such as displacement, human rights and identity. 

Watch the video to learn more about Khalil Yusef's inspirations and the meaning behind her work.

The exhibition is made possible by the Van Bijlevelt Foundation.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, City of Amsterdam, Delta Lloyd, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.

In 2021 Foam receives additional support from Kickstart Cultuurfonds and the Mondriaan Fund.

 

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