In Bshatfin, Lebanon, Hana Fayyad Wove Thread the Color of the Night Sky, and the Length From the Earth to Above the Weather.
Jason Dodge’s work functions as a concentrate. Shades of color and texture relate to multiple sensory and visual sensations, evoking a sky-colored night. To describe the work amounts to producing a story that echoes the myths surrounding the process of weaving. In Bshtafin… opens up multiple narratives; in the etymological sense, the text is a fabric. We can see the work as a magic carpet that allows a moving “imaginary” of the spirit in the atmosphere. The weaving technique used in the work is frequently used by the artist, contributing to Dodge’s overall poetic aesthetics.
Excerpt from Kadist website.