Raed Yassin is a Lebanese artist and musician based between Beirut and Berlin. His practice is highly conceptual and involves multiple mediums - video, sound, photography, writing, sculpture and performance. His work as an artist explores his own personal narratives and their position within a collective history, often using consumer culture and mass production as a lens to examine them. As a musician, plays upright bass, though he’s also tried his hand at turntablism, and acts as something of a front-man of experimental duo PRAED (and their expanded big-band PRAED Orchestra!), who were recently reissued on Rabi Beaini’s Morphine records. He’s also half of the “oldest Lebanese improv group” “A” Trio, and runs an independent music label, Annihaya.