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Nabil Mousa premieres September 11-themed mural

The Syrian-born visual artist showed a new work to the public today at the Mattress Factory Lofts

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  • Dustin Chambers
  • Nabil talks to Signey Fuzell about her contribution to the piece.



Syrian-born visual artist Nabil Mousa showed a new work to the public today from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Mattress Factory Lofts. The piece is a three-paneled mobile-mural collaged with pages of the Torah, Koran, and Bible. With the piece, he hopes to signify connections between religions and show that we have more in common than differences.

A unique aspect of the project included welcoming friends and loved ones affected by the 9/11 attacks and the Iraq war. Nabil hopes to travel the panels around the country and eventually find a home for them in New York.

Nabil says the mural correlates with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s beliefs to eradicate social injustice and invoke peace.

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  • Dustin Chambers
  • Nabil spent months collaging verses from the Bible, Koran, and Torah onto the three separate wall-sized panels.




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