Shezad Dawood’s Leviathan

British artist Shezad Dawood (London, 1974) is known for his multimedia practice that deconstructs systems of image, language, site and narrative. Dawood’s Encroachments, recently on at New Art Exchange, investigated the politics of space of Pakistan’s largest cities – Lahore and Karachi - in order to take an oblique look at US-Pakistan relations. Visitors virtually explore what Dawood refers to as ‘encroachments’, or illegitimate structures built on state or private infrastructure. His forthc...

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