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NASHAQ "The kiss" in Aramaic: Breathe together
More than a word, it's a concept that illustrates the preciousness of the encounter with the other. NASHAQ in Aramaic means the kiss, both in its carnal and spiritual aspect. The exchange of breath in the act of kissing symbolizes the exchange of ideas, values... It is the meeting of two consciousnesses. From a societal point of view, it's breathing together and harmonizing with those around us. I tend through my artistic approach to bring together and harmonize what may seem to be in opposition. NASHAQ conveys a plurality of languages including Arabic, greak, Aramaic, Turkish, Ladino, Farsi and helps nurture a common sense of belonging: our humanity.
Musicians : Nour Elshamy cello (Egypt), Imed Alibi (France -Tunisia) Hany Bedair (Egypt) percussions and Mohamed El Egimy Qanun (Egypt).
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