Mohamed Hussain


The Arabian Nights is a series of folktales, parables, and stories that originated around the 10th century in the Wider Middle East region. My exhibition is a modern retelling of what is considered to be an Arabic classic as many of these stories have been glossed over. This exhibition is meant to inform people about the deep heritage that is held within the wider Middle Eastern Reigon.


Exhibition Space

The exhibition box is used as a dig sight as a representation of the nature of these stories. They had to be put in the light for people to recognize their origin. I wanted people to be able to dig in there to recover ‘artifacts of each of the main characters but also as a way to show what quality 3D printing was capable of. There are six artifacts with one being a true artifact and the rest replicas.