Huda Takriti (b. 1990) is a transdisciplinary artist currently based in Vienna. Her practice ranges from painting and drawing to video, sound, sculpture, and installation. Her works explore the relationship between history and politics, memories and counter-memories, and the construction of our own subjectivities. Takriti explores gaps in historical memory by merging personal and national narratives, and generating questions around them.

Takriti has participated in many international group exhibitions and festivals, including exhibitions (selected) at Universitätsgalerie im Heiligenkreuzerhof (Austria), Kunsthalle Wien (Austria), Afro Asiatisches Institut (Austria), [.Box] Video Art Project Space (Italy), STIFF Student International Film Festival (Croatia), Stiftung Mercator (Germany), Kunstraum Lakeside (Austria), Centre d’art Sa Quartera (Spain), Addaya Centre for Contemporary Arts (Spain), Krinzinger Lesehaus (Austria) and University of Applied Arts _ Die Angewandte (Austria).

She received the Kunsthalle Prize 2020 (Austia), Ettijahat Production Award, Laboratory of Arts, 7th Edition 2020 (Lebanon), Styrian-Artist-in-Residence fellowship 2016 (Austria) and BMUKK and Kulturkontakt Austria residency fellowship 2014 (Austria).

Represented in various public and private collections including the art collection of the Federal Government Austria, Kulturvermittlung Steriermark and the Syrian Ministry of Culture.