Dima Srouji is a Palestinian architect and artist working in the expanded context of interdisciplinary research-based projects using multiple mediums. Her work explores intersectionalities of art and architecture through historic strata and spatial edges, questioning issues of place. More specifically, her work deals with displaced objects through critical cartography and constructs alternative architectural narratives of the global south.
She has exhibited her work at Sharjah Architecture Triennial, Art Dubai, Haifa Arab Cultural Center, Amman Design Week, Dubai Design Week, London Design Festival, the Qattan Foundation, and the Third Line Gallery Library in Dubai. She has lived and practiced in London, New Haven at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Milan at Cino Zucchi Architetti, and Ramallah at the Riwaq Center for Architectural Conservation.
Srouji is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture where she taught as Peter Eisenman’s fellow for two years and, more recently, held a position as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the American University of Sharjah. She presently serves as a board member on the Yale Arab Alumni Association.