Shot in the southern part of Beirut in the spring of 2013, The Children of Uzaï, AntiNarcissus shows children swimming. And while their movement is the main compositional element that fills the frame, they are not the film’s protagonists. Kassar is less interested in the subject that is being recorded and more in the elasticity of the image, its openness to transformation, after which it begins to resemble photography or painting.
Her artistic achievements include drawings, photographs, sound, and videos. She has been working internationally since 1996. Her works can be admired at the prestigious British Museum or the Pompidou Centre in Paris.
2014 The Children of Uzaï, AntiNarcissus (short)