Nabil Ahmed

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Nabil Ahmed

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First Name

Nabil

Surname or Business Name

Ahmed

Years Affiliated

2017, 2018, 2022 - 2024

Affiliation

Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Birthplace

Bangladesh

Occupation

Professor (Visual Interventions), Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Biographical Text

NABIL AHMED is a researcher and writer working at the intersection of spatial practice visual culture and environmental humanities. He is currently Professor
(Visual Interventions) at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where he also co-directs INTERPRT, a research and design studio dedicated to environmental justice advocacy, with architect Olga Lucko. INTERPRT, an abbreviation for the Inter-Pacific Ring Tribunal, emerged out of Ahmed’s participation in the inaugural cycle of TBA21–Academy’s THE CURRENT Fellowship programme led by Prof Ute Meta Bauer, where they travelled together to French Polynesia in 2016. Ahmed and INTERPRT later took part in the resulting exhibition THE OCEANIC (2017/18) and accompanying conference THE CONVENING #3: TABU/TAPU — WHO OWNS THE OCEAN? (2018) at NTU CCA Singapore. Ahmed is also a co-editor of the forthcoming Comparative Law Journal of the Pacififi c special issue on CLIMATE CRISIS AND CULTURAL LOSS published by the Victoria University of Wellington. Working with civil society organisations, lawyers, scientists, NGOs, and journalists worldwide, INTERPRT’s work has been exhibited at diverse forums, from large-scale contemporary art exhibitions (Helsinki Biennial 2023; Istanbul Biennial 2022), to intergovernmental forums and conferences, such as the UN Ocean Conference (2022). Ahmed has written for Third Text, Routledge, Candide: Journal for Architectural Knowledge, Documenta, Sternberg Press, MIT Press and Scientifific Reports among others. He completed a doctorate in Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London where he has a long-term research affifiliation with Forensic Architecture.

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“Nabil Ahmed,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed July 22, 2024, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/802.