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Negotiating Conflict Through Participatory Art and Architecture

NEGOTIATING CONFLICT THROUGH PARTICIPATORY ART AND ARCHITECTURE

Hafeda’s research transform the lives of marginalised communities through site-specific projects and contributions to academic discourse placing the concerns of these communities at the centre of public and critical debate. Hafeda’s work informs international United Nations Relief and Works Agency activities, for whom he is also a consultant; provides key reference material for activists (Alodaat) and architects (Bernath; Campkin; Duijzings; Engel) in equal measure. His work has shaped the Serpentine’s programming – increasing its community-focus; and has reached audiences worldwide whilst directly improved the lives of participants.

Mohamad Hafeda

Mohamad Hafeda lecturing a class