René Gabri

Rene Gabri and long-time Artist and activist collaborator Ayreen Anastas presented What Everyone Knows (2006), a video installation work that explores the lives lived by Palestinians in occupied Palestine and in Israel.

Anastas and Gabri were among the principal organizers of the New York artist community 16 Beaver Group, founded in 1999. Their work together includes The Meaning of Everything, One Step Forward Two Steps Back (2010),Camp Campaign (2006), RadioActive Discussions (2002) and United We Stand (2003). Their films have been shown widely including at the Beirut Art Center (2009), and Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (2009). Their book The Meaning of Everything, Vol. 1 was published in 2009 by Paraguay Press, Paris.

Other projects by Gabri include his film Movements (2002) and his work with the German collective e-Xplo.