Haseeb Ahmed is a research-based artist. Originally from the US, he now lives and works in Brussels and Zurich. Often working collaboratively Ahmed integrates methodologies from the hard sciences to make objects, site-specific installations, performances, and writings. He is a researcher at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics where he produced. He is a PhD in practice-based arts candidate at the Zurich University of the Arts where he also lectures, the University of Antwerp, and Saint Lucas-Antwerp University College of Art and Design. Ahmed received his Masters from MIT, has been a resident at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, has exhibited internationally, and is represented by Harlan Levey Projects in Brussels. Ahmed is a founding member of the educational project Platypus Affiliated Society (2006) on the history of the radical Left in the 20th century.