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Anas Al Barbarawi, a resident of the Talbieh Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan, creates art from metal wire.
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A walk from Chinatown to the Financial district. After 5 days of no power or water, the residents of Chinatown are struggling.
The artist - Anas, a resident of the Talbieh camp, creates art from metal wire.
USAID in wire - An as-yet unfinished art project.
Anas's creations - Various wire sculptures crafted by an artist in Talbieh camp.
Birth - A wire-woven child springs forth from a wire woman.
The drummer - A wire figure playing the drums.
The sad girl - Anas used to paint, this is one of his earlier works.
A personal art piece - Anas says this piece was very personal to him, because one of his friends ended up in a wheelchair.
The wheelchair - Anas told us an ex-girlfriend of his - an American - got into an accident, but left without him saying goodbye. He said she didn't want him to see her in a wheelchair.
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