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Yusef Audeh (b. nineteen eighty-nine, "end of history") is an artist and painter who fetishizes objets d'art. His work begins as feeling and in situations which provide indications of our accelerated, uncanny and hyperreal world, sometimes taking the form of objects, paintings, architectural proposals and cinematic excerpts. His work is tinted with a sharp and wry sense of fantasy, and he often attempts to put forward questions stemming from subjective experiences and readings of reality, as played back through technology, text and moving image. Audeh has exhibited at the Mohammad and Mahera Abu Ghazaleh Foundation, Amman, Fondazione Ratti, Italy, Qattan Foundation, Ramallah, the Botín Foundation, Spain, and has works as part of private collections in Italy and Lebanon. He will be featured in Carsten Höller's upcoming book, Spiele Buch, edited by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Stefanie Hessler. He is a graduate of the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology.

© 2013-10171 Yusef Audeh.
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