Eddie Abd lives and works on the traditional lands of the Darug and Gundungurra peoples and pays her respects to their elders, past, present and emerging.
In her multi media practice she explores how diasporic cultural identities are constructed and consumed in various socio-political environments.
Her video and digital print works often feature composite characters inhabiting remixed spaces and engaging in heightened acts of identity performance.
Born in Lebanon in 1979, Eddie studied Fine Arts (Painting) at the Lebanese University.
After immigrating to Australia in 2001 she completed a Bachelor of Digital Media at the University of New South Wales (COFA).
She works in Western Sydney on arts projects with diverse communities and artists as a producer and facilitator.
2021 The 66th Blake Prize - Winner of the Emerging Artist Award
2019 Blacktown Art Prize, Finalist
2019 Fisher’s Ghost Art Awards, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Finalist
2018 Cumberland Art and Photography Prize, Finalist
2018 Fisher’s Ghost Art Awards, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Finalist
2018 Illustrator in Residence at Pinerolo Cottage (Supported by WestWords)
2021 52 Actions (Instagram page), Artspace, May 3 - 9, Link to page
2020 In Their Finery, Firstdraft Gallery
2015 “What’s the English Equivalent of Aram?”, Peacock Gallery
2021 This Changes Everything, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, 8 May - 20 Jun.
2021 Blue Mountains Portraits
2019 Under The Tree, multimedia collective performance, Arab Theatre Studio
2019 Everyday Madonna, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
2018 Family Slide Night, Arab Theatre Studio