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Razan AlSalah

Lecturer, Communication Studies


Razan AlSalah
black and white photo of me standing in mid-foreground, back when I had long black curly hair, contemplatively looking away from the camera.. I had a long sleeved black shirt on and was standing in front of a patterned wall on Bliss Street in Beirut, Lebanon.
Office: L-CJ 5217  
Communication Studies and Journalism Building,
7141 Sherbrooke W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2550

Based in Tio'tia:ke/Montreal, Razan AlSalah is a Palestinian artist and teacher investigating the material aesthetics of dis/appearance of places and people in colonial image worlds. Her work has shown at community-based and international film festivals & galleries including Art of the Real, Prismatic Ground, RIDM, HotDocs, Yebisu, Melbourne, Glasgow and Beirut International, Sharjah Film Forum, IZK Institute for Contemporary Art and Sursock Museum. Razan co-directs the Feminist Media Studio with Krista Lynes and teaches film and media arts at the Communication Studies department at Concordia University.

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