Nadia Seboussi's work takes up the question of armed conflict and what it gives rise to : violence, migration and exile. She is interested in the status of the immigrant, postcolonial history and the complex relationships between the East and the West, the South and the North, as well as in displacement issues. Her work explores new narrative structures that reflect the impact of civil wars in the collective imagination and memory of the people who live them, particularly in the context of Algerian Civil War. Nadia Seboussi was born in Algeria and today lives in Montreal, where she completed a master's degree in Visual and Media Arts at the Université du Québec à Montràl. She was the recipient of Claudine and Stephen Brofman Fellowship in Contemporary Art in 2013. Her work has been shown in France, Mexico, Spain, Cuba, Canada. In 2014, she participated in the second edition of the Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento in Argentina.
(UQAM) FELLOW 2013
Résidence d'écriture à compte d'auteur à Longueuil, Résidence de dépannage pour personnes seules
Avril 2020 à juin 2020
Hidad (volet 1)
Galerie Dazibao, 2015-2016.
Montreal (solo exhibition)
Les femmes et les armes (volet 2)
Galerie Dazibao, 2015-2016
Il était une fois l'orient
September 2015, co-présentée par Le labo et WhipperSnapper Gallery,
Zone de transit