Haig Aivazian (b. 1980, Beirut, Lebanon) is an artist, curator and writer. Using performance, video, drawing, installation and sculpture, his work weaves and personal and geo-political, micro and macro narratives in his search for ideological loopholes and short circuits. Aivazian holds at MFA from Northwestern University and is a Skowhegan alumni (2011). Refugee Olympics , part of the FUGERE project, was commissioned in France, Germany, Poland, Austria, Turkey, Lebanon, the UAE, Brazil, Canada, and the United States Refugee Olympics , which was commissioned for Sharjah Biennial 9 (2009) Other parts of FUGEREwere exhibited in a solo show at Sfeir-Semler gallery’s Hamburg space (2013). Collapsing Foundations, an installation and video performance work showcased in a solo exhibition at Parisian Laundry’s bunker space, Montréal (2012). The Moving Museum (2014), videobrasil’s, The 56th Venice Biennial 2015, The Museum of Modern Art Warsaw (2015), The Moving Museum (2014), Aivazian’s video works have been included in several exhibitions and festivals at the 14th Istanbul Biennial 2015, curated by Carolyn Christov-Barkagiev Southern Panoramas (2013), FID Marseille (2012), and Mercer Union, Toronto (2011).