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'Pop Islam' is a cinema project reflecting on the ways Islam is lived and experienced throughout the contemporary world. The project covers a vast region — from Australia and South-East Asia to the Indian subcontinent, Central and West Asia and North Africa — and features works exploring the complexities of faith in both orthodox and secular states.
APT8 Cinema: Pop Islam – screening times and program notes.
KHALED SABSABI (CO-CURATOR, 'POP ISLAM')
BORN 1965, TRIPOLI, LEBANON
LIVES AND WORKS IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
Khaled Sabsabi, the co-curator of 'Pop Islam', is an Australian artist working in video and installation. Since the late 1980s he has engaged communities to develop projects that reflect the complex nature of culture andidentity in particular, the global connections between people and places facilitated by history, migration and technology.