Alwarea Khaled

  • country
  • Syria
  • disciplines
  • architecture, installation, interior design, photography, scenography, sculpture, video
  • languages
  • Arabic, English, French
  • born on 21.08.1988
  • in Damascus, Syria
  • lives in Paris, France

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Born in 1988 in Damascus in Syria, Khaled Alwarea is an architect and multidisciplinary artist (installation, photography, sculpture, video including Panic Attack, scenography and interior design). He founded the studio UV LAB design and carries out projects for the Middle East and Europe. He transited through Lebanon, where he dedicated his time to refugees. Since his arrival in France 2016, he realised the scenography of the Visions d’exil festival at the Cité internationale des arts — Montmartre site (2018) and presented a multimedia installation (2019). He designed the scenography for “Disparu·es” and “Les murs parlent” by Judith Depaule, “Habitus” by Nidal Abdo, “Rupture” by Maryam Samaan and “On marche sur des œufs” by Ayoub Moumen. Selected for the Mondes nouveaux program, he created the Kraken at Les Subsistances in Lyon. He is a member of the agency of artists in exile.