(b.1991, Jeddah, KSA) raised between England and Saudi Arabia, lives and works in Jeddah. Travelling between the two kingdoms, Ahaad's work addresses history and representation. She graduated from Dar Al Hekma University in Jeddah with a BA in Visual Communication in 2014 and graduated with an MA in Print from the Royal College of Art in 2017.

In her research about Saudi’s reforming ethnography, Ahaad’s photography, video and print installations aim at reinterpreting historical renditions of a reforming culture.

Ahaad’s solo exhibition during 21,39; Heat Burns, Athr Gallery, Jeddah (2020), and her group shows include: Colour Bar, Maraya Art Center, Sharjah (2019), Screens Series, New Museum, NYC (2019). Public/Private, Historical Jeddah (2019), Out of Place, Athr Gallery, Jeddah (2019), Al Obour, SAC, Jeddah (2019). Young Arab Exhibition, ArtX, NYC (2018). Refusing to be Still, SAC, Jeddah (2018). The Parallel Kingdom exhibition at the Station Museum in Houston, The Generation exhibition at Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco (2017 & 2016). We Need to Talk, Edge of Arabia, Jeddah (2012).
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