Iman Jabrah is a Palestinian American multidisciplinary artist. She is the recipient of the full scholarship from China Scholarship Council and is currently pursuing her masters in Fine Art at China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, China with a BFA in New Media Art from Northern Kentucky University. Iman is a recipient of the ArtsWave Truth and Reconciliation grant to sponsor Amid exhibition during her curator-in-residence at Wave Pool gallery; Amid showcases a collection of artworks by women and queer Palestinian artists from the West Bank and the diaspora. Iman has performed at the Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center, the New York Abrons Arts Center Amphitheater. Her latest exhibition was part of Women of Crypto Art in collaboration with DoinGud for the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Many of her initiative projects aim toward community; to build collaborative cultures and increase exposure to displaced Palestinian artists through shared collective projects.
With a background in visual and new media art, I seek the tools, colors and shapes in my surroundings to navigate my childhood’s past and memories. My work of capturing the past often presents itself in the form of multidisciplinary art. I continue to confirm my Palestinian American identity, living a cross-bordered intersectional identity. My main focus is to shed light on the losses one cannot control, the fragments of these memories remain as a form of identity in globalizing the Palestinian art community.