Hasan Daraghmeh


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Hasan Daraghmeh (b. 1983 Palestine) is a video artist lives and works in Trondheim, Norway. He works primarily with video, multimedia installation and photography, in most of his works and research; the camera is the starting point where he explores the interlacing relationship between the individual and place. Often focusing on the memory, time and space in relation to the digital era that we live in.

Daraghmeh has presented his work in numerous exhibitions, including Nitja senter for samtidskunst, Lillestrøm, NO (2023); Bienal'23 Fotografia do Porto, Porto, PT (2023); OnlyConnect festival, Trondheim, NO (2023); Douro Museum, Peso da Régua, PT NO (2023); Atelier Nord, Oslo, NO (2022); The National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), Lisboa, PT (2021); FIAC International Contemporary Art Fair, Paris, FR (2021); Rogaland Kunstsenter, Stavanger, NO (2021); Kunstnernes Hus, NO (2020); Kunstmuseet NordTrøndelag, Namsos, NO (2020); 60 seconds Festival, DK (2020); Tate Modern London, UK (2019); Intimate Terrains, The Palestinian Museum, PS (2019); Barents Spektakel festival, NO (2019); PROYECTOR International Video art Festival 11th Edition, ES (2018); Høstscena, Jugendstilsenteret og KUBE, Ålesund, NO (2017); See You in The Hague, Stroom Den Haag, Hague, NL (2014); Steirischer Herbst Festival: Truth Is Concrete, 24/7 marathon camp, Graz, AT (2012)

Daraghmeh holds an MFA in Fine art from Kunstakademiet i Trondheim (KiT), Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, 2018 and an MFA in Fine arts from Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo (KHiO), 2016 and a BA in Contemporary
Visual Art from the International Academy of Art, Palestine, 2014 and a BA in media studies from Birzeit University (BZU), 2006.










TimeScape No.5: (Waterfall), 2021

Video Installation:
Four-channel synchronized HD Video
Duration: 18:24 min, Sound, Loop
Displayed on TV monitor, mounted vertically on the wall

1/5 Editions + 2AP


  Photo: Oddbjorn Erland Aarstad








Photo: Hasan Daraghemeh