Hiba Abdallah is a text-based artist who frequently works with others. Her practice explores the structural legacies and futures of cities by researching the intersections of hospitality, agitation, communication and disagreement as productive frameworks for re-imagining public agency. She has created work across media—from public interventions to community projects, gallery exhibitions, and publications.
Abdallah, Hiba. “Everything I Wanted To Tell You: Collaborative Practice in Public Space.” Holding Ground: Nuit Blanche and Other Ruptures, edited by Julie Nagam and Janine Marchessault, PUBLIC Access , Toronto, ON, 2022, pp. 59–63. ISBN: 978-0-921344-56-8. http://www.publicjournal.ca/holding-ground-nuit-blanche-and-other-ruptures-now-available/
100 Years Then and Hereafter (solo exhibition)
March 15 – May 15, 2021
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (Bowmanville, Ontario)