Raeda Saadeh is one of Palestine’s emerging artists, and winner of
"The Young Artist of the Year Award," granted by the A.M. Qattan
Foundation in Ramallah in 2000. Her work has focused on her
experiences as a Palestinian woman and her relationship to her
homeland. She is concerned with issues of displacement and
identity, and more specifically those related to gender. Saadeh’s
most recent work is in the form of installations and performances.
She finds herself using a variety of local mediums ranging from
wedding dresses to skeletons, raw meat to plastic bags.