Lina Issa (Lebanon, 1981) is an artist currently based in Amsterdam. Prior to the Piet Zwart Institute she studied graphic design at the American University of Beirut (1998-2002) and Fine Art at the Jan Van Eyck Academy, Maastricht (2003-2005). Recent projects and presentations include: Where We Are Not, reading/performance in collaboration with Aitana Cordero, Rotterdam (2006), Over Het IJ Festival, ’A ticket to a place that became a person…’, location theater, Amsterdam (2006); Ethics and Manipulation in performance work, talk, SNDO, Amsterdam (2006), Still Still in The City: explorations behind closed eyes, a public intervention in collaboration with Fanni Futterknecht, Rotterdam (2005); How to Send a Message, Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam (2005); Shifting Identities: anecdotes, a lecture for Buro #4 Emigree, Hogeschool voor de kunsten Utrecht (2005); Report on Body 2: a body of memory, workshop, TENT/ Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam (2005); Report On Body, workshop, theatre department of the American University, Beirut (2005). She also contributed to Production of Public and Private Spheres, a supplement to Pages #4, with Why Marco Polo can never be a citizen?, text (2005).
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