Nayla Dabaji was born in Beirut and holds a diplôme d'études supérieures in Fine Arts from the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts (ALBA). She works with a variety of media ranging from photography and installation to performative actions, texts and weaving. After living in Cameroon, France and Lebanon, she immigrates to Québec in 2011 and develops an interest in video art while studying Intermedia/Cyberarts at Concordia University. Her videos, distributed by Vidéographe, have been screened at festivals such as the International Festival of films on art (FIFA), Les Instants Vidéos, Antimatter Media Art, the Stuttgarter Filmwinter and Vidéoformes. Aside from her individual practice, she works in duo with Ziad Bitar. Their work has been shown in various galleries, institutions and art spaces such as Vu Photo in Quebec, Artsonje Center in Seoul, Gertrude Contemporary in Melbourne, the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo and Espace libre in Biel.