Adele Jarrar (Palestine, 1992) is an art and cultural worker, curator, and writer. She obtained her BA in architecture from Birzeit University in 2016 and is currently completing her master’s degree in arts and cultural management at Leuphana Universität Lüneburg. Jarrar has had wide-ranging experience in design, research, writing, and curation. Adele was featured in numerous platforms and magazines, including Lifta Volumes, Awham Magazine, Rusted Radishes, and “Reworlding Ramallah: short sci-fi stories from Palestine.” She has curated several exhibitions, most recently: “But These Forms Need to Be Created” commissioned by Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre, “A Memory from Tomorrow” commissioned by The French-German Cultural Center. Adele has also been commissioned by Goethe Institute for “Half an Hour Forward” series of curated podcasts on art, Palestinians, and digitality through Covid-19. Currently, she is a Fellow at Futuress’ Coding Resistance Fellowship and writing her MA thesis research is on artist-run digital exhibition spaces.