Addison Namnoum is a writer and multimedia artist living in Philadelphia. She received her BA in Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic in 2014 and her MFA at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2019. In her work she studies our relationship with place at the scales of the every-day and the monumental. Frequently she uses narrative structures in the production of art books, videos, and photo series to examine pattern as well as to explore the ways we understand self-identity as it relates to landscape and place. She integrates textile, sculpture, projection, and sound to emphasize the sensorial and shifting nature of the material world we inhabit.
She has written for exhibition catalogues, InLiquid Art + Design, and L’Ephemere Review (a literary and arts magazine), among others.