Moh'd Bilbeisi
Moh'd Bilbeisi
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Corona Test (Print)

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Corona VI (Print)

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Corona II (Print)

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Corona III (Print)

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Corona II

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Corona VI

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Corona III

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Corona Test

About Moh'd Bilbeisi

Moh’d Bilbeisi is a licensed architect, artist, author, and Eminent Professor of Architecture at OSU School of Architecture. He teaches design studio as an experiential and poetic art form that is compliant with environmental and technical considerations. In addition to the design studio he lectures in the topics of graphics and theory of representation and History/Theory of Islamic Architecture. Professor Bilbeisi is a seasoned traveler and has taught, lectured, and conducted graphic workshops both nationally and internationally. He has also taught at the Middle East Technical University in Turkey and the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.

My work is about walking the fine line between the real and the unreal. The subject matter is a direct critique of what is propagated as being ultimately true and beyond doubt. Some of it, the topics, is historical, religious, and political. All subjects are personal and I see it as me sharing my view of what’s around and what’s inside. All I’m doing is speaking in a language that transcends racial barriers and puts humanity and its shared attributes first and last.

About the art

Moh’d Bilbeisi is a licensed architect, artist, author, and Eminent Professor of Architecture at OSU School of Architecture. He teaches design studio as an experiential and poetic art form that is compliant with environmental and technical considerations. In addition to the design studio he lectures in the topics of graphics and theory of representation and History/Theory of Islamic Architecture. Professor Bilbeisi is a seasoned traveler and has taught, lectured, and conducted graphic workshops both nationally and internationally. He has also taught at the Middle East Technical University in Turkey and the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.

My work is about walking the fine line between the real and the unreal. The subject matter is a direct critique of what is propagated as being ultimately true and beyond doubt. Some of it, the topics, is historical, religious, and political. All subjects are personal and I see it as me sharing my view of what’s around and what’s inside. All I’m doing is speaking in a language that transcends racial barriers and puts humanity and its shared attributes first and last.