Simohammed Fettaka

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Born in 1981 in Tangier (Ma). He lives and works in Casablanca.

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The Sunday Revolution , 2011 , 5’36’’

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The Sunday Revolution is a sound creation which mixes a recording of the call to prayer with a call for change, in the wake of the Arab Spring. As the neffar blows on an instrument, he calls the faithful men to gather. Folk music is heard, a man in the crowd calls for change, it’s a call to condemn corruption. The music starts up again, in the background this same man cries out his dissatisfaction, to which the men and women applaud. The feeling of dissatisfaction is unanimous; but change can only be initiated by the individual. One always responds to a call, to come together in the spirit of gregarity.