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Mhamad Safa is a sound artist, architect, and researcher, based between London and Beirut.

His work focuses on multi-scalar spatial conditions and their sonic make-ups. He explores their intersections with the aural legacies of traditional and subcultural practices as well as environments of conflict and violence. He graduated from the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths University and is currently a PhD researcher in International Law at the University of Westminster. He is an Associate Lecturer in Media Studies and Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Safa had shown individual and collaborative artwork and performances at the Bergen Assembly 2022 (Norway), Goteborg Biennial 2021 (Sweden), Sharjah Architecture Triennial 2019 and Alserkal Arts Foundation (UAE), Sursock Museum and Goethe Institute (Lebanon), Showroom Gallery and The Institute of Contemporary Arts (United Kingdom), among others. Mhamadsafa.com

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