Roï Saade is an interdisciplinary artist and caretaker interested in the intersectionality between design, photography, and the arts.
Roi’s process-based practice centers on a close collaboration between artist, designer, and curator. His approach is complemented by comprehensive visual research and creative exchange. He is interested in finding and creating ways to resist systems of domination and inequality.
Saade holds an MFA in Graphic Design from the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Lebanon. He is currently a Research Associate and a steering committee member with AIM research lab at Concordia University, Montreal. His recent curatorial ventures include Bound Narratives, a traveling Photobook library and An Expression of Absence, a photography exhibition of 15 photographers from the Arab region.