Ahmed Ozsever is an interdisciplinary artist who works in installation, time-based media, sculpture, and photography. His work embraces architectural anomalies, as well as the hidden histories of a given location. His background in photography informs his recurring interest in the process, and limitations of photographic seeing. Ahmed’s work explores the articulation and perception of constructed temporalities, mediated experiences of land(scape), and the peculiar human traces inscribed in quotidian spaces. Ahmed earned his B.F.A. from Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI, and received his M.F.A. from Cornell University.
Ahmed’s independent and collaborative works have been exhibited at the Pilot+Projects (Philadelphia, PA); Charles W. and Norma C. Carroll Gallery at Marshall University (Huntington, WV); Aggregate Space Gallery (Oakland, CA); Monaco (St. Louis, MO); Parlour and Ramp (Chicago, IL); South Bend Museum of Art (South Bend, IN); Indiana State Museum (Indianapolis, IN); HF Johnson Gallery at Carthage College (Kenosha, WI); station923 (Ithaca, NY), among others. Ahmed’s public artworks have been exhibited at Loyola Marymount University, Terrain Biennial: Outpost Enos Park (Springfield, IL), and the Hapgood-Wright Forest (Concord, MA).