Initially trained as a musician, Mohammed Kazem is influenced by the Dada and Fluxus movements, and was mentored by pioneering Emirati artist Hassan Sharif. Kazem’s artworks often record actions that challenge the physical and perceptual limits of the human body; many are also embedded with experiments in sound. Scratches on Paper is a ten-meter-long monochrome scroll that the artist has inscribed, using a pair of scissors, with countless linear markings that together form a richly textured surface. The work thus records a rhythmic gesture and alludes to the noise of its production.


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