Khadija Carroll

Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll works on colonial histories through contemporary art. Her art practice involves montaging words and images within films and installations that voice alternate histories through texts and performances. Khadija holds a PhD from Harvard University and runs a British Academy Newton Fellowship sponsored research project on classification. Khadija has curated various exhibitions internationally including „The Lost World (Part 2)“, Kranich Museum, „Vienna Zocolo“, and „Homebase IV Berlin“. Her monograph titled „Art in the Time of Colony” was published in 2014.

Selected exhibitions include “Allegory of Cave Painting“, Extracity Kunsthal, Antwerpen (2014); „The Lost World (Part 2)“, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Cambridge (2013); „The Rise and fall, performance installation”, Marrakech Biennale, Morocco (2012); „Embassy Embassy”, Homebase V, Berlin (2010); and „Europe Lost and Found, Plausible Artworlds“, Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art (2007).

http://www.kdja.org