Barrada’s practice combines the strategies of documentary with a metaphoric approach to imagery, resulting in a body of work lauded for its emblematic power. Riffs featured photographs and films that inquire into the daily traces of historical changes taking place in North Africa, the artist’s home. The installation drew from past bodies of Barrada’s work, including A Life Full of Holes: The Strait Project (1998-2004) and Iris Tingitana (2007), reconfiguring them in new relationships together with more recent work.
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