about the author
Rahma Khazam is a British freelance writer and art critic based in Paris, France. She holds degrees in philosophy (University of Edinburgh) and art history (Sorbonne, Paris) and a PhD in art and aesthetics (Sorbonne). Her key research areas are aesthetics, contemporary art and architecture, modernism, and the theory and history of sound art. Her writing has been published in artist catalogues, thematic anthologies, and contemporary art magazines such as Frieze, Springerin, and Artforum.com and she has lectured at, taught at, or participated in conferences at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts, Paris, Tuned City, Berlin, University of Winchester, UK, Ecole Supérieure d’architecture de Paris Malaquais, Université de la Sorbonne Paris 8, Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, Lithuania, Ecole Supérieure d’Arts et Médias de Caen-Cherbourg, CUNY New York, Latvian Academy of Music, Riga, UNSW Sydney, and the Royal Museums Greenwich. She received the AICA France price for art criticism 2017.
info & contact
Independent researcher, Paris, FR
rahma.khazam [AT] malix.univ-paris1.fr
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor ) artistic research, dramatisation, knowledge/knowing, Marcel Duchamp, Mika Hannula