Salwa Aleryani 2015/16
The work of Salwa Aleryani (born 1982 in Sana’a, Yemen, where she lives and works) addresses the ever-shifting relationship between social, physical and cultural spaces and its inhabitants. The artist explores sites and structures of belonging, domestic and public infrastructures and uses both intimate and mundane objects and materials to unveil invisible and hidden territories and to refer to the gradual erosion of built environments on which we depend.
|2013||Young Arab Artists Production Grant, Culture Resource (Al Mawred)|
|2012||MFA Painting, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA|
|2009||J. William Fulbright Scholarship|
|2006||B. Graphic Design, University of Petra, Amman, Jordanien|
|2014||The Language of Human Consciousness, Athr Gallery, Jeddah, KSA|
|>2013||Not a Dead End - Biennale Jogja XII: Equator #2, Yogyakarta, Indonesien|
|2013||Best Before, RONDO Ateliers, Graz|
|2012||The Forgotten Bar Project: Garden of Eden, Palais de Tokyo, Paris|
|2012||Moving Image, The Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA|
|2009||Altitude in Sana'a, National Museum, Sanaa, Jemen|
|2013|| Biennale Jogja XII Exchange Residency, Yogyakarta, Indonesien |
Art Omi International Residency, Omi International Art Center, Ghent, NY
|2012||Dar Al Ma’mun International Residency, Marrakesh, Morocco|
|2007||ALCHEMY Workshop, British Council, Sanaa, Jemen|
[Exhibition at Künstlerhaus Bethanien:
Salwa Aleryani - "Intending probability"
27 May to 19 June 2016
Opening 26 May 2016, 7pm
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue (arabic/english):
Nicola Müllerschön and Christoph Tannert (eds.), Salwa Aleryani: Intending Probability, including an essay by Luca Cerizza and an interview by Merve Ünsal, Dortmund: Verlag Kettler, 2017.