Writer and performing artist (and moderator of ArabWomanTalking.) An eco-feminist with a passion for language and mythology. Born and raised in Amman, she completed her higher education in the United States (BA Psychology; MA Consciousness and Dreams.) Her work aims to challenge taboos and stereotypes; transcend boundaries of language and culture. She is most known for her bilingual play "In the Lost and Found: حقيبه حمراء which she performed internationally and landed her a playwrights' award.
Co-founder of "Aat Network" in Jordan; she directed Aat's International Women's day Festival for the four foundational years. After which, she moved to a forest in the south of the Netherlands. Having just completed her first full-length book (English language, with a dash of Arabic. You'll hear more about it soon); she is currently writing a collection of fables (In Dutch); performing her latest show "Turaab" (a performance without words) and creating a new show: Integratie Cursus I (Dutch & Arabic.)
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Lana Nasser, schrijver en podiumkunstenaar, eco-feminist, taalkunstenaar met passie voor interculturele onderwerpen en mythologie. Geboren en getogen in Jordanië, universitair opgeleid in de VS (Psychologie, Consciousness, Dromen.) Nieuwe verhalen vertellend schopt zij clichés en taboes omver, won diverse prijzen. Als vrouw zonder grenzen werkt zij van schouwburgen tot vluchtelingenkampen, is nu bezig met haar nieuwste solo (Integratie Cursus 1) en legt de laatste hand aan haar boek 'Dochter van Abraham' en een serie politiek geladen fabels.