Mohammed Ali, known as Aerosol Arabic, visited Exeter as part of the Resonate and Reformulate event, 11-13 June 2013.

He created his FutureCube, first on the Great Hall Piazza on the University campus, with CeltIslam, the Muslim dub DJ creating the musical context.  The FutureCube was later installed outside Exeter Cathedral for 2 months, ending with a public meeting on 10th September 2013 on Christianity and Islam in the Public Space.  It is now installed, in unwrapped state, in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter.

Click opposite to view a video of the Resonate and Reformulate event (via Youtube)

For a leaflet for the Cathedral Event, click here, and a report on the event is available here.
 

FutureCube guides:

To download the Leaflet guide (pdf): Click here

For an Audio-visual tour (MP4download 38MB) - click here

For audio only (MP3download 9MB) - click here.

For streaming audio - click below.

For streaming video (via youtube) - click opposite.

FutureCubeGuide.mp3

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