Ghada's multi-disciplinary practice focuses mainly on performative sculpture and video installations that investigate the body and its relationship to its environment. Ghada uses her own body and its functions to dismantle the parameters of gender norms and deconstruct form and language to establish a new understanding.
Ghada's work is a form of questioning. How does the performative nature of a material and its varied surfaces change the translation of an image? How can the performative process translate form? How can action allow the architectural space to become introspective and allow space for the Abject?
A graduate of Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design in London majoring in Fine Arts- 3D Sculpture, she is from Saudi Arabia and is currently based in Dubai, UAE.