Dani Hasrouni  

“Know” – Video

“Sisyphus” – Video


Know : “As the lockdown around the world in the last few months has given restructure to the our life, our visual world has been limited. For many, an actual window frame has bracketed the world they are looking at. A composite image of the present moment is created from the repetition of images in the frames of our windows and screens, and this image is potentially formed by what we know.

But here I have tried to draw attention to something what we can do not know with this windows!

So I said in the Video: can you hear me? can you see me? can you touch me?

Sisyphus : “Sisyphus is the king of greek mythology condemned to repeat the same task of pushing a boulder up a mountain only to see it roll down again and again. Camus says one must imagine Sisyphus happy.

According to Camus why get depressed about existetial meaning, when life is stuff to enjoy?

“From the moment absurdity is recognized, it becomes a passion, the most harrowing of all. But whether or not one can live with one's passions, whether or not one can accept their law, which is to burn the heart they simultaneously exalt – that is the whole question.” 

Syrian Artist Dani Hasrouni – Born in Damascus, Syria in 1991. Graduated in 2013 from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Visual Communication, Damascus University. focusing on Visual Communication. In 2015, he began his Master’s degree at the same university. Due to the ongoing conflict in Syria, however, he did not have the opportunity to complete his studies.

The artist has exhibited overseas: his work has been shown on collective exhibition for Syrian artists at Castleton University Gallery in the USA.

He came to Germany in 2016, and immediately organized a first exhibition of his art in Ulm.

Dani has chosen to settle in the German capital of Berlin to further his studies, and there he participated in several exhibitions.

For more information about the artist, check out: Instagram: Dani Hasrouni