Nadir takes place at Norra Grängesbergsgatan, a kilometer-long street just outside central Malmö. A place of sometimes conflicting cultural and political interests, which was once considered a “no-go zone” by the municipality, as well as cultural gentrification zone, can perhaps be described as an expressive and symphonic micro-city. Surrounded by several small-scale industries, established in the 1930s, there is a lingering scent from the nearby Pågen bread-factory. Here, a Baptist church gathers upstairs of an old production facility side by side with flowing neon from Arab furniture stores and carpet stores. In Nadir, the narratives surrounding the street are reformulated as “anti-narrative” through a series of sensorial sequences through and on the street.Rent this work for public screenings
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About the artist
Amin Zouiten, is a Swedish-Moroccan artist and filmmaker educated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Malmö and Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. His works and films have been shown at, among others, Malmö Konsthall, Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Konsthall Charlottenborg, CPH:DOX, Tempo Documentary Festival.