Contributor Bios

Berenice Saliou

Bérénice Saliou’s curatorial practice explores the ideas of borders, territory, public space, dialogue and negotiation. She holds an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths College (2010), and has curated projects and exhibitions such as Fayd (Mohamed El Mahdaoui) in Tétouan's medina, Morocco; Depth of Fields, Gallery FJ, Casablanca (2010); No Signal Found (Younes Baba Ali), Gallery Arte Contemporanea, Brussels (2011); Duty Free (Katia Kameli), Vidéochroniques, Marseilles (2012); and Seven Acts of love in seven days of boredom (Katia Kameli), Transpalettes, Bourges (2012). Saliou regularly writes for magazines and publications, including Arte Contexto (Spain), Catalogue Magazine (UK), Universes in Universe (Germany), and Gallery Imane Farès (Paris). As Artistic Director of the Moroccan organisation Feddan, she develops its large-scale permanent residency and exhibition project Trankat Street, which opens in 2013 in Tétouan (Morocco), as part of Marseilles 2013, European Cultural Capital.