Iftikhar Dadi & Elizabeth Dadi have collaborated in their art practice for twenty years. Their work investigates memory, borders, and identity in contemporary globalization, the productive capacities of urban informalities in the Global South, and the mass culture of postindustrial societies.
Their work is frequently realized in series and large-scale installations, and has been exhibited internationally, including in the 24th Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil; Third Asia-Pacific Triennial, Brisbane, Australia; Liverpool Biennial, Tate Liverpool; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Miami Art Museum; Queens Museum of Art, New York; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Art Gallery of Windsor, Canada; Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Oslo; Lahore Biennale; and Havana Biennale.
Iftikhar Dadi received his PhD from Cornell University. He is an associate professor at Cornell University in the Department of History of Art. Elizabeth Dadi is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI).
For Iftikhar Dadi's writings, also visit his academia.edu webpage.