Panos Aprahamian

Panos Aprahamian (1986, Lebanon) is an artist-filmmaker and writer living and working in and around Beirut, Lebanon. His work in film, text, and digital media explores the spectral presence of the past and the future in bodies, spaces, and social relations.

He completed his bachelor’s degree in moving image practices at The Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts, University of Balamand, and holds an MA in documentary film from The London College of Communication, University of the Arts London where he studied as a Caspian Arts scholar. In 2017-18 Aprahamian participated in Ashkal Alwan’s Home Workspace Program and the Art Dubai Writer’s Fellowship and is currently a media studies instructor at the American University of Beirut. His work has been showcased at Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival, Open City Doc Fest London, Video Works, Beirut Art Center, Écrans du Réel, Art Dubai Film Program, The Lebanese Film Festival, HGB Gallery, Leipzig, and Room Gallery, UC Irvine.

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Fig. 1.
Panos Aprahamian, film still, This Haunting Memory That Is Not My Own (2020), digital film, 29’00’’, colour, stereo, 16:9. Courtesy of the artist

Fig. 2.
Panos Aprahamian, film still, Neologicon Vol. I Anthropocenic Alterations (2018), digital video, 7’57’’, colour, stereo.
Courtesy of the artist

Fig. 3.
Panos Aprahamian, film still, Yabandjo (2016), digital film, 28’18’’. colour, stereo, 16:9.
Courtesy the artist