Qatar Foundation’s (QF) Education City Mosque gallery is currently showcasing ‘Deconstructing the Sacred’, an exhibition by emerging Doha artist Othman al-Khunji. The exhibition is an open invitation to people from different cultural backgrounds and religious faiths to see each other’s similarities and differences.
“I’m extremely pleased to have been offered the opportunity to showcase my art at Education City Mosque’s gallery, as I can’t think of a better fit for the nature of my work,” said al-Khunji, who graduated in 2015 with a MFA in Design from Virginia Commonwealth School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUarts Qatar), a QF partner university. “I feel the venue brings together people from all backgrounds where they can engage in open dialogue on religious, cultural and social issues that my artworks address,” he added.
The exhibition features interactive installations created through the use and application of innovative technology.
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