Dina A.Mohamed is an artist and a researcher with a cross-dispensary background who works through different mediums of video, performance, and writing. Her research and artistic practice are concerned with understanding the political despondency caused by complex intertwining structures of economics, politics, and technology. Her works revolve around themes such as Movement, Privilege, Class, Memory, and Violence.
Dina was born in Egypt in 1987. She holds an MA degree in Art Praxis from the Dutch Art Institute, ArtEZ University of the Arts (NL), and a BA in philosophy from the American University in Cairo (EG). She is co-founder of the Fuck Healing (?) collective and Sokoon Collective in Amsterdam. She is the convener for the 2023/2024 Fellowship for Situated Practice at Basis Voor Actuele Kunst (BAK), Utrecht (NL). Dina is coordinator of the minor course “Creative Strategies For Society in Change” at Leiden University. She lives in Amsterdam.