Vivienne Dadour is an Australian/Lebanese whose artistic practice is oriented towards the spheres of social and political issues exploring themes of identity and belonging, journey and displacement.

Vivienne Dadour has extensive experience as a professional artist managing the different roles of researcher, exhibiting artist, curator, workshop leader, teacher and Community Project Co-ordinator. Dadour’s curatorial and artistic practice is deeply committed to the social relevance of art. From 1992 her interests have included social and political issues concerning cultural diversity and the politics of identity. These interests have conceptualised Dadour’s past and current research based art projects, leading her to seek interpretive strategies  that challenge aspects of mainstream political discourse, while encouraging dialogue and fostering tolerance of  cultural diversity.

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