Artist and musician Zad Moultaka, centre, with a model of his SamaS installation
at the Pavilion of Lebanon. Courtesy Zad Moultaka Studio
The Pavilion of Lebanon is at the edge of the Venice Biennale – just beyond the edge, in fact, in a 16th-century boatyard called the Arsenale Novissimo.
To reach the site where SamaS, a display of the work of 50-year-old artist and musician Zad Moultaka is being exhibited and played, you board a boat that glides quietly across the Arsenale, the old fort where a section of the biennale is taking place until November.
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