Akram Zaatari, Tomorrow everything will be alright, 2010

Images of Akram Zaatari, Tomorrow everything will be alright

  • A closeup of a typewriter and a sheet of typed lines of red and black text. It is dimly lit and framed by a thick black border.
  • A typewriter in the midst of transcribing a two-person conversation.
A closeup of a typewriter and a sheet of typed lines of red and black text. It is dimly lit and framed by a thick black border.
  1. Long Text on yellowed paper in a typewriter appears to be a dialogue between two people, as it alternates between red and black text. Some of the dialogue is out of the view. The visible text reads, "I won't answer." " … ans no. Where are you?" "I am home." " … miss me?" At this point, the response is obscured by the typewriter. The text continues, " … you miss the most?" "No answer. I do."
Akram Zaatari, Lebanese, b. 1966
Tomorrow everything will be alright, 2010
Single-channel HD video (color and sound), 11 minutes, and 48 seconds
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2011.46
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Akram Zaatari, Lebanese, b. 1966
Tomorrow everything will be alright, 2010
Single-channel HD video (color and sound), 11 minutes, and 48 seconds
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2011.46
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A typewriter in the midst of transcribing a two-person conversation.
Akram Zaatari, Lebanese, b. 1966
Tomorrow everything will be alright, 2010
Single-channel HD video (color and sound), 11 minutes, and 48 seconds
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2011.46
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Akram Zaatari, Lebanese, b. 1966
Tomorrow everything will be alright, 2010
Single-channel HD video (color and sound), 11 minutes, and 48 seconds
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2011.46
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Akram Zaatari, Lebanese, b. 1966
Tomorrow everything will be alright, 2010
Single-channel HD video (color and sound), 11 minutes, and 48 seconds
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2011.46
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago