Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Lawrence Abu Hamdan is an artist, "private ear", and fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School, New York. His projects have taken the form of audiovisual installations, performances, graphic works, photography, Islamic sermons, cassette tape compositions, potato chip packets, essays, and lectures. His interest in sound and its intersection with politics originates from his background in DIY music. He has made audio analyses for legal investigations at the UK Asylum Tribunal and advocacy for organizations such as Amnesty International and Defence for Children International. The artist’s forensic audio investigations are conducted as part of his research for Forensic Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he is also a PhD candidate.
As of October 2017
How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?
Rabih Mroué: Sand in the Eyes
Discussion with all particiants, round table
Oct 7, 2017
Audio essay, presentations, discussion
Apr 15, 2016
Aural Contract: The Voice before the Law
Mar 23, 2014