Tarek Abou El Fetouh is an independent curator.
Ruanne Abou-Rahme work together with Basel Abbas across a range of sound, image, installation and performance practices.
Initially trained as a painter, Sarah Abu Abdallah was later attracted to the documentary capacities of the camera, as well as the possibilities inherent in video and performance, and now creates works in multiple media.
Maya Abu Al-Hayat has published two poetry books, numerous children’s stories and three novels.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan is an artist and 'private ear' or independent audio investigator.
Founding editor of the Arabic-language online music magazine Ma3azef, Maan Abu Taleb is also the author of a novel, a play, short stories and essays.
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.
Omar Abusaada is a Syrian director and playwright. He studied at the High Institute of Dramatic Arts, Damascus and worked as a dramatist before moving into directing.
A respected writer, poet and playwright, Etel Adnan’s engagement with the social world of language is a vital part of a larger, complex practice that includes painting, drawing, tapestry design and a hybrid mixture of writing, drawing and painting – the leporello.
Saâdane Afif’s installations often combine ready-made objects with appropriated popular music.
Talal Afifi is a film curator, creative producer, director and Coordinator of the Sudan Film Factory at the Goethe Institut-Sudan.
Artist, Curator, Writer
Ravi Agarwal is an Artist, Curator, Writer and environmental activist. He explores issues of urban space, ecology, capital and globalisation in photographs, text, video, performance and site-specific installations.
A classically trained pianist who later turned to jazz, Sophie Agnel approaches the piano from every sonic angle, considering keys, strings and board simultaneously.
Curator and Founder, Field Meeting
she is a curator and educator noted for directing Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW) platform.
Dr Yousef Aidabi is currently the Advisor at the Dr Sultan Al Qasimi Centre for Gulf Studies.
Karim Aïnouz is a Brazilian-Algerian filmmaker and visual artist. He holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Brasilia and in Cinema Studies from New York University.