Through her practice, Noor Abed examines notions of choreography and the imaginary relationship of individuals; creating situations where social possibilities are both rehearsed and performed. 

Abed has presented her work in numerous exhibitions, including Futurist Myths, Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Montreal (2016); The Practice of (in)visibility, University of Brighton, UK (2015); Suspended Accounts, YAYA, Ramallah (2014); UCLA New Wight Biennial, University of California, Los Angeles (2014); My Sister Who Travels, The Mosaic Rooms, London (2014).

Abed was a participant in the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program, New York (2015–2016). She was the recipient of a fellowship at dOCUMENTA 13, Germany (2012) and an artist-in-residence at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine (2014). She is currently a fellow at the Home Works Program of Ashkal Alwan in Beirut, Lebanon.

Noor Abed holds a BA in Contemporary Visual Art from the International Academy of Art, Palestine and an MFA in Photography and Media from California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles.


Abed, Noor

March Project 2016

March Project 2016 exhibition features site specific works developed by five artists during this annual education residency programme.