Bisan Abu Eisheh is an artist from Palestine who is now living and working between Jerusalem and Glasgow. His diverse practice focuses on issues such as national identity, mobility, migration and injustice.
Selected Group Exhibitions include: Don’t You Think It Is Time For Love? MMoMA, Moscow, Russia (2016). Greetings to Those Who Asked About Me, CIC, Cairo, Egypt (2015). Eva International Biennial/Ireland’s Biennial, Limerick, Ireland (2014). Hiwar “conversations in Amman”, Darat Al Funon, Amman, Jordan (2013). Points of Departure, ICA Gallery, London, UK (2013). Arrivals and Departures _ Mediterranean exhibition, Ancona, Italy (2012). The Jerusalem Show on/off Language, Jerusalem, Palestine (2011). The 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011). Belongings exhibition, Vita Havet Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden (2011). World social forum photo exhibition, Jerusalem (2010). Inner abroad exhibition, international academy of art-Palestine, Ramallah (2010). Al-Rozana heritage festival, Berzeit, Ramallah (2009). On route exhibition, the international academy of arts-Palestine, Ramallah (2009). SIN festival, Al-Qattan foundation, Ramallah, Palestine (2009). He was part of a student exchange with university of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland (2010-11). Selected Residencies includes: Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen International Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, Innsbruck, Austria (2015). AIR Antwerpen residency program, Antwerp, Belgium (2014). Hiwar “Conversations in Amman” at Darat al Funon Foundation, Amman, Jordan. (2013). Radio Materiality at Vessel Art Project, Bari, Italy (2013). Points of Departure at The Delfina Foundation, London, UK (2012).