I create work about a space in between, a place that deconstructs, re-frames, re-examines our surroundings, systems in place and their implications. Utilizing architecture, installation, sculpture and photography, intuition and memory drives my research-making based practice.
These projects find means of critiquing power and authority. They act as an iconoclast and synthesize a way to understand and question the innate nature of things around us. Through my own grappling of displacement, memory and the notion of home, my work encompasses and embraces my personal history through the lens of a Lebanese immigrant.
2021 – Master’s of Architecture, Cranbrook Academy of Art
2014 – Bachelor’s of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley