Born in Amman, Lawrence Abu Hamdan is a London-based artist whose projects are concerned with the politics of listening and the relationship between sound and urbanity.
Abu Hamdan has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, including the ongoing Aural Contract project at the Showroom, Marches for Artangel Interaction, his co-curated exhibition Model Court at CCA Glasgow and The Aural Contract Audio Archive evenings, a touring platform for performance and collective listening that has been presented at sites including Space London; Delfina Foundation London; 98 Weeks Beirut and the Reanimation Library New York.
In addition, Abu Hamdan is an active facilitator of music and art events as part of 113 Dalston Lane, London and the forthcoming Batroun Art Proposal, Lebanon. He is currently undertaking a PhD at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Event: 4 Days – April 2013 / Title of work: Aural Contract (Aural Archive, Mountain Language)