Osman Yousefzada is an interdisciplinary artist and writer. His practice revolves around modes of storytelling, merging autobiography with fiction and ritual. His work is concerned with the representation, rupture and reimagining of the migrational experience and makes reference to socio-political issues of today. These themes are explored through moving image, installation, writing, sculpture, garment making and performance. Yousefzada is a visiting fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge University and a research practitioner at the Royal College of Art. His work has been shown at various international institutions and currently a series of solo interventions titled ‘What is Seen & What is Not’ are showing at the Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington.