Larissa Sansour presents a futuristic film, installation and photographs at Lawrie Shabibi

Larissa Sansour. In the Future They Ate From the Finest Porcelain. 2014. Video still 4. Courtesy Lawrie Shabibi and Larissa Sansour
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In the exhibition In the Future, They Ate From the Finest Porcelain, Larissa Sansour presents screenings of her film, together with an installation and three large-scale photographic works, about a female protagonist who describes herself as a "narrative terrorist" who is part of a resistance group on the brink of the apocalypse.

The film is narrated by Sansour herself in colloquial Arabic and features the protagonist who is being questioned by an unknown interrogator. The film has a running time of 28 minutes and screens every hour and half-hour. The photographs are large-scale and come from the film and feature archival images of the occupying forces of Palestine over the years, from the Ottomans to the British to Israel in present day. The installation features a porcelain plate assembly line that has been abandoned.

• Daily until March 3, 10am-6pm, Saturdays to Thursdays (closed Fridays), Lawrie Shabibi, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, Dubai, 04 346 9906, www.lawrieshabibi.com