Rania Khalil is an interdisciplinary artist working in live performance, video, and spoken / written words. Her creative work has been seen in such places as The JudsonChurch, The Knitting Factory, The Ontological-Hysteric Theater, LaMama Galleria, Cairo’s Townhouse Gallery, Performance Studies International, Singapore, The Centre for Practice asResearch, Finland, Al Ma’mal Contemporary Art Foundation, Jerusalem and Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Utopia Station, Princeton. She is presently conducting a series of artistic inquiries into post-colonial Memory as a doctoral student at The Theatre Academy of Helsinki. Rania is otherwise based between Brooklyn, New York and Cairo, Egypt.
White Dove of Peace (It’s still not over) is a single channel video installation created in a spirit of public performance and intervention. Filmed in Jerusalem, the work traverses the absurd, iconic and naive to gauge memory and the present moment in the occupied territories.