Nida Sinnokrot

artist and educator
Nida Sinnokrot is an artist and educator whose work explores how various forms of power and bias are embedded in dominant narrative structures and attendant articulations of time and space.
Working across film, video, photography, sculpture, installation, and agriculture, Sinnokrot seeks to expose and cannibalize—through tactile, tactical, and material acts of technical and conceptual detournement—various technologies of control that give rise to shifting social, political, and environmental instabilities. Sinnokrot is a co-founder of Sakiya—an international residency program and research platform in the West Bank village of Ein Qinya—and is associate professor in the Art, Culture, and Technology Program (ACT) at MIT, Cambridge, MA.


Marwa Arsanios, Usufructuaries of earth,
Marwa Arsanios, Usufructuaries of earth, installation view BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2024, photo: Tom Janssen