b. 1975, Casablanca, Morocco
Through film, mixed media installations, photography and print, Bouchra Khalili has been exploring the clandestine existence of the modern migrant. Khalili’s work consistently deals with narratives of the Mediterranean, dissecting the journey of the minorities who traverse the area. A collection of Khalili’s moving image work will be screened as part of Journal.
Recent solo and group exhibitions include: Wet Feet and More, DAAD Galerie, Berlin, Germany (2013); The Mapping Journey Project, CAC, La Passerelle, Brest, France (2013); Cross-border: Contemporary Female Artists from the Arabian Mediterranean Region, Museum of Contemporary Art at ZKM, Karslruhe, Germany (2013); Desirance, Galerie Polaris, Paris, France (2013); Ici, Ailleurs, Marseille-Provence, European Capital of Culture, La Friche, Marseille (2013); Bouchra Khalili at The Wapping Project, Wapping Project, London (2012); and Short Films by Bouchra Khalili, German Film Institut, Frankfurt, Germany (2012).