Joyce Joumaa

Joyce Joumaa is a video artist and writer based between Beirut and Montreal. After growing up in Lebanon, she pursued a BFA in Film Studies at Concordia University in Canada. Her work focuses on microhistories within Lebanon as a way to understand how past structures inform the present moment. Central to her practice is an interest towards the political charge inscribed in spaces and the social psychology that unfolds out of this tension. Her current research revolves around the post colonial education system in Lebanon and the maritime border conflict with Israel.

Her work has shown at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, FOFA Gallery and Dazibao. She was a finalist for the 2023 Prix Pierre Ayot and the recipient of the 2023 Bourse Plein-Sud. In 2022 she was the recipient of the Emerging Curator Residency at the CCA Canadian Centre for Architecture. 
Her 16mm film To Remain in the no Longer (2023) has been screened at MUDAC (Lausanne, Switzerland), The 35th edition of Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Open City Documentary Festival (London, UK), 18th Edition of Ecrans du Reel (Beirut, Lebanon) and was included in the 2nd Sharjah Architecture Triennale (Sharjah, United Arab Emirates).


Selected Install Views
Selected Collaborations
Publications
Sculpture Work
Photo Work
Residencies
Writings


Press


Current:

*60th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia “Foreigners Everywhere”

*Thresholds of Insight Solo Show Plein Sud Centre D’exposition
*Periculum Production Award


Upcoming:

               
June 2024          *Solo Show Eli Kerr Gallery



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