Lebanese choreographer and dancer Omar Rajeh explores how we resist vandalism, violating personal boundaries and respond to emotional shock. In the territory of the protest performance, named in memory of the destroyed minaret of the Great Mosque, which rose over the ancient city of Aleppo for about 1000 years, modern dance, video art and a rich palette of sounds inspired by the musical heritage of Syria are found.
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