I am an art curator and researcher from Algeria and Tunisia, diving my time between Tunis and New York.

Currently, I am the C-MAP Africa Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, and the CAORC/Andrew Mellon Art History fellow with the American Center for Maghrebi Studies in Tunis (CEMAT).

My most recent curatorial projects include Cantando Bajito: Testimonies at the Ford Foundation Gallery (2024), the Ljubljana 35th Graphic Arts Biennial and Publishing Practices #2 at Archive Berlin (2023). Previously, I took part in the curatorial teams of various projects with sonsbeek20→24 (2020), the Forum Expanded of the Berlinale (2019), and the Dak’Art 13 Biennial (2018), among others, and was a curatorial assistant at the Berlin-based art space, SAVVY Contemporary. My latest projects explored feminist publishing practices, post-colonial histories of print-making, and the construction of racial identities in the arts in colonial and post-colonial Africa.

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