Hind Al Saad


Exhibitions —

-162: Doha Edition
-162: Tokyo Edition
Domestic Affairs
Patterns of Change

Computational Art — 

BFA Thesis: Engine of Endless Explorations
Scale Solar System

Design Objects — 

Peculiar Pets of Doha
Stages of a Spaceship
The Vinyl Voyager
The Apollo Matchbox
The Vikings Instrument
I Want to Believe
Unwrap Candy & Memories
Balaleet in a Box
The Perfect Life

Flat/Digital Designs —

Kepler 186f
Martian Mail
Pop Up Martian Landscape
Hidden Mysteries & Stories
DOH to RIC Postcards
The Pandorica Opens
Take Me To The Moon
Bayan Videos
Zest Zine
Pushing Daisies Posters
Doha Havana
Monitoring Movements
Journey of Light
Gulf Greetings

Info —

a. graphic designer, form maker, and creative coder based in doha.
b. create emergent graphical forms, both physical and digital, using procedural systems. 
c. explore the tension between recursive and sequential processes, between the modularity and complexity of things, and the endless ways finite rules can come together to create infinite results. 
d. prompt reflections on the instinctual human interaction with environments, such as space, and is inspired by the boundless nature of our world and human curiosity.


If you want to ask about my work, or you want us to work together, send me an email and I’ll get back to you within twenty-four hours. Looking forward to hearing from you!
hind.alsaad@gmail.com

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Mark

-162°C: Trading Power
Tokyo Edition 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION


-162°C is the temperature at which natural gas becomes liquid, shrinking its volume by six hundred times, becoming a convenient commodity to trade.
Japan is the top liquid natural gas purchaser for Qatar. Although the agreement appears to be mostly economic, the unique connection between the two countries impacts lifestyle, environmental and geopolitical issues.
This installation investigates the implications of this trade, and translates it into generated material printed by a kinetic installation.
Fourty one dancing printers. Fifty thousand images. Thirty thousand facts in Arabic, Japanese, and English.

Joint project and exhibition by the Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology and VCUarts Qatar hosted at W+K+, a gallery space run by Wieden+Kennedy Tokyo.


Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology
Giovanni Innella, & Junichi Kanebako

VCUarts Qatar
Maryam Al-Homaid, Nathan Ross Davis, Levi Hammett, Michael Hersrud, Simone Muscolino, Reham Mohamed, Sarah Elawad & Hind Al Saad.

Photographs by Simone Muscolino