Rheim Alkadhi Photography
Rheim Alkadhi works in research-based media and currently lives in Berlin. Adhering to principles of continuous transit, processes are invariably characterized by bodily presence in the field, portability of practice, and anti-authoritarian positioning of the apparatus. Currently a fellow of the Berlin Artistic Research Program; a recent Guggenheim fellow (2020); recipient of Research Stipendium of the Berlin Senat (2019), with grants from Stiftung Kunstfonds (2020, Bonn), Arab Fund for Art and Culture (2019, Beirut), and Mophradat (2018, Belgium). Recent presentations include Arrival Points at Haus der Statistik, Berlin (2021); Disappeared Border Segment: Toward the Inalienable Right of the Dispossessed to Cross from Every Direction at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart (2020); and Majnoon Field at Temporary Gallery in Cologne (2019). Published material includes “Disembarking the Microbus” in Camera Austria no.150/151 (2020), “Among Those Who Rise Up” in Crónicas de Sangre Impura (2020), as well as a forthcoming field guide/monograph (2021).