Saeed AlMadani is an Emirati artist. He has a Master’s degree in printmaking from the Royal College of Art in London. His practice draws on elements of conceptual, minimalist and abstract strategies, where he explores the relationship between identity and place, and the process of writing and non-representational art in articulating attachments and in (de)constructing identities. His work also questions how objects and performance combined allow for the construction of meaning, obsession and a sense of place. His work is part of private and public collections including Royal College of Art Print Collection and ADMAF. He delivered artist talks locally and internationally on topics concerning time, space and place, as well as printmaking in the expanded field. In 2014, Saeed completed the Sheikha Salama Foundation and Rhode Island School of Design Emerging Artist Fellowship. He was the recipient of the Abraaj Innovation Scholarship Award and the Salama Emerging Artist Scholarship.