Diana AL-Halabi is an interdisciplinary artist, who works mainly with painting. Through her feminist autoethnographic research, she links the oppression of the patriarch in the nuclear family to the oppression of the state. she deems it necessary to work around the notion of class within the nuclear family unit itself.
Her recent projects illustrate the disciplinary apparatuses chosen when the Paternal authority is fascinated by dictatorship.
In 2017, she was a fellow at Ashkal Alwan's homework space program, where she worked extensively on the subject of naming and its path from natality into obituary papers. In 2019, she moved to The Netherlands to do her Masters in fine arts at the Piet Zwart Institute.