Dana Qaddah (b. 1996 in Beirut, Lebanon) is an interdisciplinary artist and independent curator based on unceded Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish territory. With a practice which forefronts themes of Arab futurism and storytelling, Qaddah uses archives of personal and itinerant cultural knowledge in installation, sculpture, photography and video works, while reflecting on generational displacement and being abstracted from the destruction of one’s own sense of self and place. Qaddah holds a BFA from Emily Carr University, and has presented work in both solo and group exhibitions at Unit 17, Vancouver. Other solo shows were held at Massy Arts Society for Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver and Glass Corner at Libby Leshgold Gallery at Emily Carr University, Vancouver. Qaddah will be included in an upcoming group exhibition at Pendulum Gallery for Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver (2023). Notable residencies include Plug-In ICA’s Summer Institute II: BUSH Gallery, and a two-month production residency at VIVO Media Arts Centre. Recent curatorial projects include Upper Side of the Sky by Jawa El Khash hosted by Western Front, Vancouver, as part of Recollective: Vancouver Independent Archives Week and No Man’s Land by Razan Al Salah hosted by C Magazine.