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Mireille Eid was born on 1961 in Beirut, Lebanon. Discover Mireille Eid's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?
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"Just as Benjamin noted the contextual aesthetic consequences of the circulation of photographic images through newspapers and magazines, Astore’s combination of photography with sculpture and performance, circulated via her website, rewrites both photography and the spatial and interpretive dynamics of this installation work.”
Mireille Eid (Astore)'s artworks, poetry and fictocritical writing are published in: New Vision: Arab Contemporary Art in the 21st Century (Thames and Hudson); Art in the Age of Terrorism (Paul Holberton Publishing & University of Washington Press); Arab Women’s Lives Retold: Exploring Identity Through Writing (Syracuse University Press). In 2008, Mireille Eid (Astore) co-guest edited Artlink Vol 28 no. 1.
Mireille Eid (Astore) gives lecture performances. An Ungrateful Death: Al-Karam in the Age of Withdrawal took place at the 2008 Home Works IV. She gave the keynote address "Speaking on Behalf of the Other" at the 2005 Poetics of Australian Space conference – University of Sydney & Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, and "On Autobiography, Economies of Surplus and Surpassing Disasters" as keynote address at the 2010 International Conference on the Arts in Society Conference. 4'33 in 2010 was delivered at the Silent Spaces Exhibition at the Macquarie University Art Gallery. Her last lecture performance (2011) was “Posthumous Reckonings: A Cosmology of Infinitudes” at the American University of Beirut
Mireille Eid (Astore)'s artworks have been exhibited and screened at the 2004 Sydney Film Festival; at the Freud Museum – London; at the Millais Gallery – Southampton; at Espace SD – Beirut; the Tate Modern – London; at the Centre Pompidou; the 8th Sharjah Biennial 2008; and the 3rd Guangzhou Triennial. She has exhibited her photomedia artworks at the Conny Dietzschold Multiple Box Gallery – Sydney. In 2003 she won the (Australian) National Photographic Purchase Award.
Mireille Eid (Astore) (Beirut, 1961) (Arabic: ميراي عيد اسطوري ) is an artist and a writer. She left Beirut during the Lebanese civil war in 1975 to live in Melbourne, Australia. She studied the Sciences at the University of Melbourne where she graduated before becoming a full-time artist and writer. Influenced by continental philosophy, her art draws on autobiographical notions of representation and the unheimlich; where the conscious intersects with the unconscious. Through her art and her writing she "explores human emotions" and "asks what it is to be human". Mireille Eid (Astore) attained a PhD in Contemporary Arts from the University of Western Sydney (2008). She was Research Affiliate (2009–2013) at Sydney College of the Arts, the Visual Arts Faculty of the University of Sydney and Research Fellow (2011–2012) at the American University of Beirut.