Rania Lee Khalil
Rania Lee Khalil works in performance and moving image for live audiences. Her artworks reflect on the beauty and disappearance of indigenous plant, animal, and human (culture)s. Her most recent work, the “Third World Ecology Trilogy” reflects on interconnections between radical African independence movements, ecology, and third world feminism. The daughter of Egyptian immigrants to the States, Khalil resided in Cairo, Egypt from 2007 to 2016, and has since returned to Brooklyn, where she works and lives with her partner and daughter. She is presently completing a practice-based doctorate at the University of Arts Helsinki/Theatre Academy and is a member of the part time faculty of the MFA program at Parsons, The New School.