Eman Haram is an interdisciplinary artist from many countries and identities. Palestinian by lineage, Damascene by birth, Lebanese by symbiosis having spent nearly twenty years of her life in the profligate city of Beirut, Jordanian by a stroke of fate, American and Canadian by naturalization. After completing her undergraduate and graduate studies in architecture and art history in the United States, where she lived and worked in numerous cities for more than two decades, she relocated to Canada in 2001 and is currently living in the vast spaces between Montreal and Amman.
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