Jumana Manna is a visual artist based in Berlin. Working in film and sculpture, her work explores how power is articulated through relationships, often focusing on the body and materiality in relation to narratives of nationalism and histories of place. Manna has exhibited at the Henie Onstad Museum, (Høvikodden, Norway, 2018); Mercer Union (Toronto, Canada, 2017); Malmö Konsthall (Sweden, 2016); the Beirut Art Center (Lebanon, 2015); the Chisenhale Gallery (London, UK, 2015); SculptureCenter (Long Island City, NY, US, 2014); and Kunsthall Oslo, (Norway, 2013). She has participated in group exhibitions such as Centre Pompidou and Satellite 10 at Jeu de Paume (Paris, France, 2017); Nordic Pavilion, 57th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale (Italy, 2016); Kunsthalle Wien (Austria, 2016); Liverpool Biennial 2016 (UK, 2016); the 6th Marrakech Biennale (Morocco, 2016); the 20th Biennale of Sydney (Australia, 2016); and Jerusalem Shows VII and VIII, Al-Ma’mal Foundation, (East Jerusalem, 2014, 2016). Manna’s films have been screened in festivals such as Viennale International Film Festival (Vienna, 2016) and the Berlinale Forum (Berlin, 2018); CPH: DOX (Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018); BAFICI – Buenos Aires (Argentina, 2013); and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (Netherlands, 2017). Manna is the recipient of the New:Visions Award from CPH:DOX (2018), the Ars Viva Prize for Visual Arts (2017), Sandefjord Kunstpris (2015), and the A.M. Qattan Foundation’s Young Artist of the Year Award (2012).
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