Aymen Gharbi

Aymen Gharbi is mentoring the DIPLOPIA Open Call Jury of emerging curators.


He is an architect and a curator. Since 2016, he directs the INTERFERENCE Light Art Project in the Medina of Tunis, since 2017 he directs the International Media Art Project SEE DJERBA in Houmt Souk — both in tandem with Bettina Pelz.

In 2015, he founded the DOOLESHA project, a collective of urban activists to research and map the interplay of historic settings, ongoing urban developments, and the sociocultural tissue of contemporary Medina. He headed projects like DOORA-FEL-HOUMA what is a sociocultural project to engage young locals in research and mediation of the present changes in the Medina.

In 2013, he started to work at the National Institute of Heritage. His focus was research on the Medina of Tunis as the UNESCO Cultural Heritage.


2023 | Cologne (de), ON PLINY’S PATHS

2023 | Gabes (tn), DCS ARTISTIC BOOTCAMP (2)

2023 | Houmt Souk (tn), SEE DJERBA

2023 | Tunis (tn), INTERFERENCE

2023 | Gabes (tn), DCS ARTISTIC BOOTCAMP (1)

2022 | Tunis (tn), MISE EN LUMIERE

2022 | Tunis (tn), INTERFERENCE

2022 | Amman (jr), LIGHT ART LAB

2021 | Tunis (tn), INTERFERENCE

2019 | Ségou (ml), SEGOU YELEN

2019 | Houmt Souk (tn), SEE DJERBA

2018 | Tunis (tn), INTERFERENCE

2017 | Houmt Souk (tn), SEE DJERBA

2016 | Tunis (tn), INTERFERENCE


Since 2020 Sousse (tn), Academy of Fine Arts
Teaching Field: Curatorial Practice

2019 – 2022 Tunis (tn), TASAWAR CURATORIAL STUDIOS
Teaching Field: Moving Between Languages


2013 – 2015 Tunis (tn), National Institute Of Heritage (INP)


2010 – 2013 Sidi Bou Said (tn)| National School Of Architecture And Urbanism (ENAU)

Since 2010 Tunis (tn), Home in Medina
1989 Born in Djerba (tn)


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