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Abdelaziz Taleb is mixed media artist, producer, archival artist and curator. Founder and director of the Arab Media Lab Project and Digital Marrakech Festival, where he plans artists programs, discussions, workshops and training. His films and videos are seen as an extension of Taleb´ s body, which explore different visions around poetry, inner identity, the purification of the soul and deep social realities. A number of which had been selected to Academy-certified film and video festivals such as The Berlinale Talent, Venice International Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival, Festival International du Cinéma Méditerranéen Montpellier to mention a few.
He also gives lectures and master classes on the current media art happenings in The Arab world, and initiated and produced various projects around the Arab stereotypes in Western media.
Taleb advised projects worldwide which contribute to the circulation of works from the Arabic and North African countries in different (international) video and film festivals.

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