Laura Barlow is Curator at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar. Her work is focused on artists’ invention of new forms and visual languages in relation to global histories and contemporary moments of socio-political change. Recent curated exhibitions at Mathaf include Raqs Media Collective: Still More World, 2019; Mounira Al Solh: I strongly believe in our right to be frivolous (with Hendrik Folkerts), 2018; Hana Al Saadi: Proposal for a Public Sculpture, 2018; Mohammed Melehi: 1959–1971, 2017; Basim Magdy: It All Started With a Map and a Picture of Scattered Little Houses, 2017; Hassan Sharif: Objects and Files, 2016; and Saloua Raouda Choucair: The Meaning of One, The Meaning of the Multiple, 2015. Previously at e-flux, New York (2010-2014) Barlow curated exhibitions of Mariana Silva and Pedro Neves Marques, Khalil Rabah, Rossella Biscotti, and Hito Steyerl, and was managing editor of Art Agenda reviews from 2010-2012. She is a PhD candidate at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar Institute of History and Theory of Architecture, Weimar, Germany, studying the life and work of Lebanese artist Saloua Raouda Choucair.