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Tom Tlalim
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Tom Tlalim

Tom Tlalim (1975, IL/NL) is an artist, musician, and writer based in London and The Hague. His work examines political power exchanges through the media of sound and new technologies. His artwork includes installations, performances, film, and text and sound art.

Recent exhibitions include the 90 years Bauhaus Jubilee in Weimar, the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale, Theatre National de Chaillot (Paris), Stroom Centre for Visual Arts (The Hague), International Film Festival Rotterdam (Tiger Award), Sonica Ljubljana, Transmediale (Berlin, Prix Ars Electronica), DEAF (Rotterdam), and the Virtual Museum Zuidas. His collaborations with Susan Schuppli were recently exhibited at Casino Luxemburg and HKW Berlin. Tlalim is currently completing his PhD at Goldsmiths University of London with a full grant from the Mondriaan Fund. Tlalim cocurated the exhibition Sound|Place at Goldsmiths, with Sandra K. He holds master degrees in composition and in sonology from the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.