Mariam Ghani is a Brooklyn-based artist who works with video, installation, new media, performance, photography, text, and public dialogue. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including screenings at the Liverpool Biennial, the Tate Modern, the New York Video Festival, the Asia Society, the Danish Film Institute, Curtacinema in Rio, transmediale, Smart Project Space in Amsterdam, d/Art in Sydney, and EMAP in Seoul, and exhibitions at Futura in Prague, PLAY in Berlin, Globe City in Newcastle, the Arab American National Museum in Detroit, and Eyebeam Atelier, Paula Cooper Gallery, Rotunda Gallery, Roebling Hall, White Box, Exit Art, Apex Art, PS122, and the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens Museums in New York. Her collaborative web-based projects have been commissioned by Turbulence, artwurl, and the Longwood Digital Matrix, and her critical texts have appeared in the Sarai Reader, Arts & Leisure, -empyre-, Samar, Viralnet, Pavilion, and the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest. She holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from NYU and an MFA from SVA, has received grants from the Experimental Television Center and the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, and has been a Soros New Americans Fellow, a NYFA Fellow in Computer Arts, and an artist in residence at the Akademie Schloss Soltude, LMCC, Eyebeam Atelier, and Smack Mellon. She currently teaches in the Department of Art, Music & Technology at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey.