Jessika Khazrik (b. 1991, Beirut, based Berlin) is an artist, composer, technologist and writer whose indisciplinary practice ranges from steganography to performance, machine learning, ecotoxicology, visual art, philosophy of intelligence and history
of science and music. Khazrik works with a trans-millennial production of knowledge based on an environmental understanding of the techno-politics of voice, media and code.
Her multi-channel sound installations and performances have been commissioned by Para Site(HK), Kunsthalle Wien(AT), LACE(US), Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi(PL), ar/ge kunst(IT) and LUMA Foundation(CH), among others.
Her essays and short stories have been published in edited anthologies and multiple publications like Bidayat Journal(LB), Zweikommasieben(CH), MadaMasr(EG), Kohl Journal(LB),
The Funambulist(FR) and Ibraaz(US) to name a few.
Her indisciplinary research-based work has been presented
at the Stanford Research Institute(US), the Arab Image Foundation(LB), Birbeck’s School of Law at UCL(UK),
Center for Documentary Arts and Research at UCSC(US) and Amnesty International(UK & DE), among others.
Jessika Khazrik's residency is a collaboration between IASPIS and EMS.
Photo by Robert Sieg