MohamedAli Ltaief

Born in Tunis, Tunisia, Mohamedali Ltaief is an interdisciplinary artist, author, and researcher. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Mohamedali’s practice is a reflection in constant movement between disciplines and temporalities. He has developed his work at the intersection of theatre, performance, conceptual and street art. His research and artistic work is situated at the intersection of biography and collectivity. 

Since 2010, He has been working alongside his individual practice on joint art projects. He co-founded the artistic anonymous collective Ahl Al Kahf (2011), in Tunis. 

Between 2013-17, He continuously collaborated with Motus theater company, performed, artwork and text in Nella Tempesta (performance), Caliban Cannibal (performance) and Call me X (video-installation) as a part of 2011>2068 Animale Politico Project with Silvia Calderoni on stage.

From 2017 to 2019, Mohamedali carried out research in Marseille, Mexico City, Tunisia, and Algeria: He co-authored Hundert Jahre with Darja Stocker, the Swiss/German soldiers' chronicle within the "French foreign legion" in North Africa, a play commissioned by Theater Basel, Switzerland. 

In June 2019, He presented the performative manifesto Ghosts of Meaning, which premiered at the festival "The Present Is Not Enough" in Theater Hebbel am Ufer HAU2 Berlin.

 Mohamedali studied philosophy in Tunis and graduated from the Tunis Institute of Fine Arts. He does research within Spatial Strategies in Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin.

His artwork has been presented at HAU Berlin, HELLERAU Dresden, Santarcangelo dei Teatri Rimini, Black Box Teater Oslo, and elsewhere.