Site Overlay


Dr. Gil Mualem-Doron

Work Experience

  • Founder and creative director of SEAS – Socially Engaged Art Salon, Brighton (2016- )
  • Artist in the Community (The Ministry of Culture & Sport Scholarship Program) at  Hasadna for Art in the Community, Ramat Eliyahu & The Arab-Jewish Community Centre, Jaffa. (2010 -2013)
  • Lecturer, Beit Berl Academy for Education, School of Art – Hamidrasha, (2011-2013)
  • Lecturer, Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, (2012-2013)
  • Lecturer, Brighton University, School of Architecture (2007-2008)

Studies & Professional development

  • Ph.D. “The Dead Zone & The Architecture of Transgression”, TU Delft, School of Architecture & the Built Environment, Netherlands (2018)
  • PGC in Art teaching (Primary to High School)  Beit Berel Academy for Education,   School of Art – Hamidrasha Israel (2010)
  • PGCE – Post Graduate Certificate in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (in Architecture), University of East London. (2003)
  • PGC in Curatorial and Critical Studies from Camera Obscura School of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel (1996) headed by Ariella Azoulay
  • B.A. (with magna cum laude)  in Interdisciplinary Studies in Arts, Tel Aviv University, (1996)


Exhibitions (limited selection)

  • The No Man’s Land project  – a solo exhibition at Gilmore Art Centre, Cape Town (02/2020)
  • Transcriptions from the Holy Land, – a solo exhibition at P21 Gallery, London (09/2019)
  • The New Babylonians – a solo exhibition at The Rich Mix, London (2018)
  • The New National Flag – an installation, at Shop It!, Haifa Museum of Art (2018)
  • The Art of Protest – Solo exhibition at the People’s History Museum, Manchester, (2018)
  •  Mesubim – a solo exhibition with collaborative work with a group of refugees member of MEP – The English Migrant Project, ONCA Brighton (2018)
  • No Man’s Land, (Yoari) Photography series, exhibited as part of Photo Voice group exhibition, London 01/2018
  • No Man’s Land (Sammer) Photography Series, exhibited as part of Bread & Roses charity exhibition for integrating Arab women into the labour market, by WAC-MAAN, (2017)
  • The New Union Flag Project National Tour  (Interactive Installations & workshops)- supported by the Art Council England: Tate Modern, Pump House Gallery – London, Tate Modern, Liverpool Museum, Peoples’ History Museum – Manchester, Oldham Gallery, Jubilee Library Brighton, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Loughborough University’s Martin Hall Gallery, The Jewish Museum, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Totnes Market Sq ,(03-09/2017).
  • The New Union Flag: The Market Stall, installation and workshops at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, Programmed by Tate Exchange Associates: Counterpoints Arts, Loughborough University, The Open University, University of Warwick (03/2017).
  • The New Union Flag Project: English Summer  –Turner Contemporary, Margate (07/2016)
  • Displacement – on Refugees, Homelessness & Palestine – group exhibition at SEAS – Socially Engaged Art Salon, Brighton (05/2016)
  • Jaffa’s Crumbs – Solo exhibition, The Gallery Project, King’s Anatomy Museum, London (16.5.2014)
  •  “Gaia & Hassan draw (in) the Protest” – An exhibition at the Sport and Youth Museum, Koln – Germany (10/2012).  
  • ب – a solo retrospective exhibition, the Architects House Gallery, Jaffa. Curator, Ami Steinitz (2012)
  • Inscriptions for a Cruising Ground – a room installation at Research Space exhibition, The Slade (2006)
  • “The Limits of Inclusiveness: emancipatory spatial practices for the Public(s) Space” a research project Brighton Uni / 66 EAST – Centre for Urban Culture, Amsterdam (2006)
  • “Dwelling on Process”, curation of an exhibition about housing at Stephen Lawrence Gallery with participation of UCL; University of Greenwich, London Met. & The AA.
  • Poble Nou’s Raw Architecture – a photographic research and room installation at EME3 Architectural Market, Barcelona (2005)
  • “Urban Co-Existence: Architectural Strategies for Communication”, the Italian Cultural Institute (2002). In collaboration with the Italian group Stalker.
  • The Bad Sheets – urban interventions at six public spaces in London (2000)

Awards & Residencies

  • Grant for the Arts, Art Council England, 2019 – SEAS – Socially Engaged Art Salon exhibition program 2019-2020
  • Wadi Artist Residency, Umm al-Fahem Gallery, Israel
  • Grant for the Arts, Art Council England, 2018 –  The New Babylonians exhibition, Rich Mix
  • Grant for the Arts, Art Council England, 2017 – The New Union Flag National Tour
  • The Peoples’ Arts Prize – shortlisted (2015) UK
  • The Art Council Award for artist book publication (2013). IL
  • Artist in the Community Award, Artists’s Residency, The Cultural Ministry, (2010-2013), IL
  • The British Council Grants to Artists scheme (2005), UK
  • The British Chevening Scholarship Award – The British Council (1999),UK
  • ISAF – Israeli Scholarship Education Foundation Award (1999). IL
  • Henry Ford European Conservation Award (1998) IL

Quotes and references to my work in other publications (limited selection)

  •  A short documentary film about the New Union Flag project by Tate Exchange / Counterpoint Arts (2018)
  • “Mashing up the Union Jack”, Giota Alevizou, Open Democracy – online, (20/11/2017)
  • Tate Exchange Associates launches with open art school, a-n – online (10/01/2017)
  • “Transgression & the City”, in Border Conditions, Mark Schoonderbeek (ed) 010 Publishers, (2010), Netherland
  • Murray, J. Martin. (2008) Taming the Disorderly City, Cornell University Press
  • Saskia Sassen (2006) “Making public interventions in today’s massive cities”, in Generalized Empowerment: Uneven Development & Urban Interventions, Brussels: City Min(e)d (Eds.) Brussels

Guest Lectures, workshops and conference papers (limited selection)

  • Photography as visual activism and the production of dissensus spaces – a paper at Photography as Resistance symposium, Brighton University (2019) 
  • Teaching to Transgress – collaborative & live projects in art & architecture schools, a paper at  Radical Practices Conference, The Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University (2019)
  • From Objects of Transgression to Spaces of Communication, a lecture & workshop at The Social Art Summit, Social Art Network UK, Sheffield (2018)
  • The New Union Flag Project, presentation and a workshop at ‘Who Are We? Art, Migration and the Production of Democracy Symposium at  Loughborough University, (2017)
  • Risk Taking in public space interventions, a talk about the more risky aspects of my work at Counterpoints Arts conference, Dartington Hall Totnes (2016)
  • Engaged Photography – art and research practices, A Lecture at The Arts in Society Conference, Rome (2014)
  • “The Dead Zone”? is that what you called it?” at the international conference “Writing-Place” TU Delft, School of Architecture & the Built Environment, (2013)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll Up