Ahmed Isamaldin is a multi-disciplinary artist and researcher from Khartoum, Sudan. He holds a degree in physics from the University of Khartoum and has studied graphic design, photography in Cairo, and visual communication at Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin. His work centers on themes of immigration, psychology, revolutionary processes, decolonial design, and technology.
Articles and Publications:
Ahmed GitHub - Here you can find most of my code play
New perspectives in Artistic Sudanese expressions - Schirn magazine
Two Images from the Sudanese Revolution - Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.
The migration into virtuality: Reflections on digital transformations - Sudan Moves Exhibition
Exhibitions and Festivals:
IOU: Capital, debts, and promise - Transmediale 2022
Internet of things, another world is possible - Darat Alfunun Amman.
Sudan Moves - Goethe institute Khartoum.