Ayesha Hameed

Ayesha Hameed’s work explores contemporary borders and migration, critical race theory, Walter Benjamin, and visual cultures of the Black Atlantic.  Her work has been performed or exhibited at ICA London (2015), Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (2014), at The Chimurenga Library at the Showroom, London (2015), Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities, Oxford (2015), Edinburgh College of Art (2015), Kunstraum Niederoesterreich Vienna (2015), Pavillion, Leeds in 2015, Homeworks Space Program, Beirut (2016), the Bartlett School of Architecture (2016), and Mosaic Rooms (2017).
 
Her publications include contributions to Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth (Sternberg Press 2014), We Travelled The Spaceways (Duke University Press forthcoming 2018), Unsound/Undead (Univocal, Forthcoming 2018); and books including Visual Cultures as Time Travel (with Henriette Gunkel Sternberg, forthcoming 2018), Futures and Fictions (co-edited with Simon O’Sullivan and Henriette Gunkel Repeater forthcoming 2017). She is currently a Lecturer in Visual Cultures and formerly a Research Fellow with Forensic Architecture at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths University, London.