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Tohme, Christine

Christine Tohme is curator of Sharjah Biennial 13, which opens on March 10, 2017.

Founding Director of Ashkal Alwan, Beirut

Tohme, Christine
Abu Al-Hayat, Maya

Abu Al-Hayat, Maya

Writer

Maya Abu Al-Hayat has published two poetry books, numerous children’s stories and three novels.

Abuarafeh, Noor

Abuarafeh, Noor

Artist, Writer

Noor Abuarafeh’s works explore imagination and history, focusing on how history is documented, read and perceived as well as the possibility of using imagination and history to predict the future.

Biemann, Ursula

Biemann, Ursula

Artist, Writer

The research-oriented practice of artist, writer and video essayist Ursula Biemann has centred on migration, mobility, technology, gender and ecology.

CJ Clarke is a visual artist and author of Magic Party Place, a book documenting contemporary England and mapping the roots of Brexit in the process.

Farocki, Harun

Farocki, Harun

Filmmaker

Harun Farocki is known for his films and installations that analyse the power of the image.

Metahaven

Metahaven

Artists, Filmmakers, Writers

Founded by Vinca Kruk and Daniel van der Velden, Metahaven is a research-based collective working across design, art, filmmaking, teaching and publications.

Mochu

Mochu

Artist, Filmmaker, Writer

Mochu is an experimental filmmaker, artist and writer whose work engages with the life of fictional figures found in works of art and their encounters with various philosophies, mythologies and techno-fiction.

Salhab, Ghassan

Salhab, Ghassan

Filmmaker, Director, Screenwriter

Ghassan Salhab's films question the foundations of society and the role of art and the individual in times of unrest.

Sepahvand, Ashkan

Sepahvand, Ashkan

Writer

The practice of writer and artistic researcher Ashkan Sepahvand traces associations from within the histories of the body and the sensory as well as imagination, celebration, transformation and futurity.

Simonini, Ross

Simonini, Ross

Artist, Writer

Ross Simonini is an artist working in visual art, literature, interview and music.