Born in Lebanon in 1982, Lynn Kodeih lives in Beirut. She works primarily with text, video, performance and its traces. Her work is interested in science and fiction, the normalization of violence, past and present mythologies, and what it means to give birth/life in the time of death.
She is the co-founder of the collective Polycephaly, a place for conversation and research around the process of art making.
The city of no faces – HWP 2016, Ashkal Alwan
Polycephaly #1 – Curatorial and research project by Polycephaly
Deus Ex Machina, Variation 04 – Text installation Transart Triennale, Berlin
Deus Ex Machina – Video-performance
Ashkal Alwan-Homeworks 7, Research-based project – performance, text, video and installation
Untitled, 8820 minutes and ongoing – Sound installation, curated by Anton Vidokle, Beirut
Of heroes, football and all that remains of my childhood – Video performance
Digital Marrakech, Morocco
Rotterdam International Film Festival, Holland
Kunstbanken Hamar Performance Festival, Norway
Rien ne se perd, rien ne se crée, tout se transforme, Video installation, Beirut
Museum as a Hub, The New Museum, New York
Beirut Art Center, Beirut
Makan, Amman, Jordan