About the artist:
Rehana Zaman (b. 1982, Heckmondwike, UK) is an artist and educator whose work questions how social dynamics are produced and performed. Her films speak to the entanglement of personal experience and social life, where moments of intimacy disrupt cultural orthodoxies, state coercion and capital. Projects include British Art Show 9, Trinity Square Video, Canada and Serpentine Projects, London, UK (2021). Her work has been shown widely at art institutions, non-art spaces and film festivals in the UK and internationally. In 2019 she co-edited Tongues with Taylor Le Melle published by PSS and was shortlisted for the Film London Jarman Award.