Gil Mualem-Doron (UK/Israel) has been practicing and developing socially and politically engaged art practices since 2000. He works in various media such as photography, digital art, painting, installations and performance. He has exhibited works at places such as the Tate Modern, Liverpool Museum, People’s History Museum (Manchester), EAST66 – Centre For Urbanism, Ha’aretz Museum (Tel-Aviv), International Institute for Urban Ecology, (Detroit), EMA3 Festival (Barcelona) and the Turner Contemporary (Margate). His works have appeared in several books and numerous journals and newspapers. He has won several grants, prizes and commissions from the British Council, The Art Council England and the Henri Ford Foundation, Counterpoints Arts and Platforma. He has lectured in several universities, among them London Metropolitan University, Greenwich University and University of Brighton, and he is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft (Netherlands).