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Inas Halabi

Innovative Visual Artist and Filmmaker

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Why Featured?

Inas Halabi is recognized for her impactful work in film and visual arts, exploring the interconnection between past and present social and political conditions, with a focus on Palestinian narratives.

Brief bio

Inas Halabi is a Palestinian artist and filmmaker, known for her work that delves into historical narratives and the construction of memory, often through the lens of personal stories.

Major Milestones


  • Won the AM Qattan Foundation’s Young Artist of the Year Award for her video work "Mnemosyne" in 2016.

  • Participated in notable exhibitions such as the Sharjah Biennial 13 Offsite (2017) and Municipal Art Acquisitions at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2020).

  • Held artist residencies at Deltaworkers, New Orleans (2020), De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2019), and Gasteatelier Krone Residency, Switzerland (2016).

  • Received an MFA from Goldsmiths College, London (2014).

  • Commissioned by Europalia Arts Festival for her work "Hopscotch (The Centre of the Sun’s Radiance)" in 2021.

  • The film "Mnemosyne," which explores family narratives and the variability of memory.

  • "We Have Always Known the Wind’s Direction," a video work that makes the invisible visible through unique artistic means.

  • "Hopscotch (the Centre of the Sun’s Radiance)," an audio piece documenting colonial oppression through the subject of train development.

  • Participation in international biennials and exhibitions, showcasing her work globally...See More

  • Exploration of social and political conditions in her film work, linking past to present.

Date of Last Update: 
December 31, 2023

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