Doris Hakim

Doris Hakim was born in Nazareth, Israel by an Arab-Palestinian father and a Greek mother. She studied in a Jewish school (Moshe Sharet). She came to Greece by the age of 20, where she studied arid graduated from the Theological School of the Kapodistrian University of Athens. As well as from Athens School of Fine Arts – Painting Department. She speaks 7 languages.

Artistic activities

2009 Participated with the “mystical illusion” performance and sound installation in the Athens Fringe Festival, held in Technopolls, Gazi.

2010 “one territory vs two identities” joint exhibition and performance with the lsrael artist Yael Moshe at Gallery E31, Athens.

2010 Participated with a performance and sound installation in the context of the group exhibition “Project Sotiria” at Sotiria hospital, Athens.

2011 Performance and installation  “invisible cities”   (inspired by the book of Italo Calvino) with graduate students of Central Saint Martins at TAF, Athens.

2011 Political happening in Syntagma Square with participation of the public during the “Indignados” movement.

2012 Participated with video (locus sacer), installations at Athens School of Fine Arts exhibition hail.

2013 Participated  with video (Arak distiller) “Syncretism: Anis phytoestrogen formula” at Art Athina with the I-node of the Planetary Collegium (Roy Ascott)

2013 Participated in a Performance “the runner” with graduate students of Central Saint Martins in Pireaus,

2014 Participation in a joint exhibition from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. City University of New York, titled “The rule of law and the right to be human”, at Athens School of Fine Arts,

2014 Participation in a joint exhibition from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. City University of New York, titled “The rule of law and the right to be human”, at Athens School of Fine Arts,

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