About Me

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Momo  is a multi-disciplinary artist. He has over  10 years experience working in the areas of photography, performance and graphic design. Momo lived in Iraq where he obtained a degree in theatre performance from Basra’s College of Arts. In Basra’s, he had his own studio, also appearing in a number of productions as well as radio plays. His photographs have been exhibited widely throughout Iraq. Since his arrival in Australia in 2013, Momo has been involved in various projects, festivals and exhibitions. Highlights of his work in Sydney include: a short film he co-directed, ‘The suffering of the asylum seeker’, aired at Sydney film festivals, photography exhibitions with SSI, performance in ‘Origin, transit and destination’ with Australian Performance Exchange, theatre projects with Iraqi community, ‘Attention: train is coming’, photography exhibition of poets for Sydney Writers’ Festival and performance in ‘Little Baghdad’, an immersive experience held at Powerhouse Youth Theatre. Currently his work is being showcased in Bankstown Arts Centre and Newcastle. He is also touring Canberra with the exhibition ‘Between here and there’ at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture. Momo also starred as an actor in the film ‘Ali’s Wedding’ directed by Jeffrey Walker and filmed by Donald McAlpine, and momo his have ” two awards ” .. Second Award photography from Migrant Resource Centre ” CMRC ” at  parramatta Town hall “2016” ,,First Contemporary Award film maker from ” Fisher’s Ghost Art ”  at  Campbelltown Arts Centre “2016”