Rehana Zaman is an artist based in London. She works predominantly with moving image to examine how social dynamics are produced and performed. Her work speaks to the entanglement of personal experience and social life, where intimacy is framed against the hostility of state legislation, surveillance and control.
Solo exhibitions include Kochi-Muziris Biennale; Serpentine Projects, London; Liverpool Biennial; CCA, Glasgow, and Material Art Fair IV, Mexico City. Her films and installations have been shown at Sheffield Doc Fest; ICA Miami; SAVAC, Canada; Oberhausen Film Festival; the ICA, and Whitechapel, London and Bétonsalon, Paris.
In 2019 she edited Tongues; a collection of writing emerging from her solo exhibition at CCA Glasgow and published by PSS and also curated The Range; a group exhibition at Eastside Projects, Birmingham.
Video: Jarman Award 2019 shortlisted artist interview
Video: How Does an Invisible Boy Disappear?, 2018 (excerpt)