Dina Mimi (1994, Palestine), is a visual artist who lives and works in Jerusalem. Her practice is multifaceted and uses video, sound, performance, and text. Dina has been researching issues and subjects regarding the body and death in the public sphere, and notions of visibility and invisibility in the relation of archaeology to the object, and the museum to death. She has also been researching protest as a performance. Her work examines the role of the body-force in public space in Palestine.
Dina obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem in 2016, and her MFA degree in Art in the Public Sphere from ECAV-École cantonal d’art du Valais in Switzerland in 2018.