In the context of PhotoEspaña 2017, Casa Árabe shows a selection of the Mohsen Yammine Collection at the Arab Image Foundation of Beirut.

27.06.2011  · An Uncanny Impulse presents selections from the archive of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese journalist who has been collecting photographs from Tripoli and ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine , a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through the years a large collection of photographs from Tripoli and northern Lebanon.


This collection has been central to the Arab Image Foundation’s quest to understand photographs as surviving objects, not only regarding the cult to the past, the origins, the identity and the memory they bear, but also considering their use as exchange material and for the future.


An Uncanny Impulse , co-published with Casa Árabe to mark its tenth anniversary, explores Mohsen Yammine’s remarkable archive and underlines the key role played by the Arab Image Foundation during its 20 years of existence, as a crossover between archival practices and contemporary photographic practises.

The HORSE - Chinese name: MA
Ranking Order - Seventh
Hours ruled by the Horse: 11am to 1pm
Direction of this sign - Directly South
Season and principle month: Summer - June
Fixed Element: Fire

People born during the Year of the Horse have a pleasant, amiable, easy going disposition which guarantees popularity and a large following of friends. Blessed with good humor and geniality, they are extremely comfortable to get along with for they have the knack of instantly putting people at their ease.

Charming and cheerful, the Horse is an extremely likable character. Hard working, self-possessed and sharp, the Horse skillfully acquires power, wealth and respect. However, the Horse's sometime-appreciated frankness can be tactless. The Horse's impatient pursuit of success may become selfish and predatory. Horses can be obstinate. In truth, they are more cunning than intelligent, and they know it. This is why, despite that air of assurance, the Horse lacks confidence in himself.

What happens when I introduce a ghost or monster into my fiction? What options open up to me? Is there an established convention? Am I bound to it? The majority of literary theory regarding the Uncanny and the Abcanny is near useless in answering any of these questions. Concerned with defining terminology, these theories only help in identifying instances as either/or. From the perspective of a writer, the ability to recognize the Uncanny or Abcanny is also near useless when attempting to apply one or both concepts to an original work of fiction. We can, however, create a useful heuristic for each term by tracing the effect of inserting an Uncanny ghost or an Abcanny monster into a story.

The Uncanny and Abcanny are typically defined in opposition to one another, the terms themselves being distinctions “within the boundaries of what is ‘fearful’” (Freud). According to China Miéville, they “may imply one another but are resistant to syncrex” ( Quantum Vampire ).

Perhaps the easiest way to spot the Uncanny in fiction is to find an echo . An echo is a thing or event (a ghost, for example) which seems to reverberate out from the past. As the term implies, an echo has an original which it recalls (the ghost was once a living person) – the return object .

In the context of PhotoEspaña 2017, Casa Árabe shows a selection of the Mohsen Yammine Collection at the Arab Image Foundation of Beirut.

27.06.2011  · An Uncanny Impulse presents selections from the archive of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese journalist who has been collecting photographs from Tripoli and ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through ...

In the context of PhotoEspaña 2017, Casa Árabe shows a selection of the Mohsen Yammine Collection at the Arab Image Foundation of Beirut.

27.06.2011  · An Uncanny Impulse presents selections from the archive of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese journalist who has been collecting photographs from Tripoli and ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine , a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through the years a large collection of photographs from Tripoli and northern Lebanon.


This collection has been central to the Arab Image Foundation’s quest to understand photographs as surviving objects, not only regarding the cult to the past, the origins, the identity and the memory they bear, but also considering their use as exchange material and for the future.


An Uncanny Impulse , co-published with Casa Árabe to mark its tenth anniversary, explores Mohsen Yammine’s remarkable archive and underlines the key role played by the Arab Image Foundation during its 20 years of existence, as a crossover between archival practices and contemporary photographic practises.

In the context of PhotoEspaña 2017, Casa Árabe shows a selection of the Mohsen Yammine Collection at the Arab Image Foundation of Beirut.

27.06.2011  · An Uncanny Impulse presents selections from the archive of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese journalist who has been collecting photographs from Tripoli and ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine , a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through the years a large collection of photographs from Tripoli and northern Lebanon.


This collection has been central to the Arab Image Foundation’s quest to understand photographs as surviving objects, not only regarding the cult to the past, the origins, the identity and the memory they bear, but also considering their use as exchange material and for the future.


An Uncanny Impulse , co-published with Casa Árabe to mark its tenth anniversary, explores Mohsen Yammine’s remarkable archive and underlines the key role played by the Arab Image Foundation during its 20 years of existence, as a crossover between archival practices and contemporary photographic practises.

The HORSE - Chinese name: MA
Ranking Order - Seventh
Hours ruled by the Horse: 11am to 1pm
Direction of this sign - Directly South
Season and principle month: Summer - June
Fixed Element: Fire

People born during the Year of the Horse have a pleasant, amiable, easy going disposition which guarantees popularity and a large following of friends. Blessed with good humor and geniality, they are extremely comfortable to get along with for they have the knack of instantly putting people at their ease.

Charming and cheerful, the Horse is an extremely likable character. Hard working, self-possessed and sharp, the Horse skillfully acquires power, wealth and respect. However, the Horse's sometime-appreciated frankness can be tactless. The Horse's impatient pursuit of success may become selfish and predatory. Horses can be obstinate. In truth, they are more cunning than intelligent, and they know it. This is why, despite that air of assurance, the Horse lacks confidence in himself.

What happens when I introduce a ghost or monster into my fiction? What options open up to me? Is there an established convention? Am I bound to it? The majority of literary theory regarding the Uncanny and the Abcanny is near useless in answering any of these questions. Concerned with defining terminology, these theories only help in identifying instances as either/or. From the perspective of a writer, the ability to recognize the Uncanny or Abcanny is also near useless when attempting to apply one or both concepts to an original work of fiction. We can, however, create a useful heuristic for each term by tracing the effect of inserting an Uncanny ghost or an Abcanny monster into a story.

The Uncanny and Abcanny are typically defined in opposition to one another, the terms themselves being distinctions “within the boundaries of what is ‘fearful’” (Freud). According to China Miéville, they “may imply one another but are resistant to syncrex” ( Quantum Vampire ).

Perhaps the easiest way to spot the Uncanny in fiction is to find an echo . An echo is a thing or event (a ghost, for example) which seems to reverberate out from the past. As the term implies, an echo has an original which it recalls (the ghost was once a living person) – the return object .

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In the context of PhotoEspaña 2017, Casa Árabe shows a selection of the Mohsen Yammine Collection at the Arab Image Foundation of Beirut.

27.06.2011  · An Uncanny Impulse presents selections from the archive of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese journalist who has been collecting photographs from Tripoli and ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through ...

The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) in Beirut aims to explore the act of collecting through the eyes of Mohsen Yammine , a Lebanese man who found himself compiling through the years a large collection of photographs from Tripoli and northern Lebanon.


This collection has been central to the Arab Image Foundation’s quest to understand photographs as surviving objects, not only regarding the cult to the past, the origins, the identity and the memory they bear, but also considering their use as exchange material and for the future.


An Uncanny Impulse , co-published with Casa Árabe to mark its tenth anniversary, explores Mohsen Yammine’s remarkable archive and underlines the key role played by the Arab Image Foundation during its 20 years of existence, as a crossover between archival practices and contemporary photographic practises.

The HORSE - Chinese name: MA
Ranking Order - Seventh
Hours ruled by the Horse: 11am to 1pm
Direction of this sign - Directly South
Season and principle month: Summer - June
Fixed Element: Fire

People born during the Year of the Horse have a pleasant, amiable, easy going disposition which guarantees popularity and a large following of friends. Blessed with good humor and geniality, they are extremely comfortable to get along with for they have the knack of instantly putting people at their ease.

Charming and cheerful, the Horse is an extremely likable character. Hard working, self-possessed and sharp, the Horse skillfully acquires power, wealth and respect. However, the Horse's sometime-appreciated frankness can be tactless. The Horse's impatient pursuit of success may become selfish and predatory. Horses can be obstinate. In truth, they are more cunning than intelligent, and they know it. This is why, despite that air of assurance, the Horse lacks confidence in himself.

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