Nesrine Khodr


Nesrine Khodr

  • July 29 – September 9, 2019
  • Visiting from Beirut

Nesrine Khodr works across film/video, print and performance.
Following studies in History at the American University of Beirut and European Film at the University of Edinburgh, she was an artist-in-residence at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam between 2003-2004.
Her film work has been shown in exhibitions, biennials, and festivals worldwide.

Her filmography, performance and artworks include
Tahrïk, 15’35” (2018)
Extended Sea, 705’ (2017)
Ellipses, a conversation with Omar Amiralay [co-directed with Sandra Iche], 43’ (2015)
Winter Wind, 4’ (2011)
Untitled 12 scenes of Disaster, (2008)
L’Avancée, 14’ (2005)
Several Inadequate Things To Say and Do, 17’ (2004)
Enclosures, 22’ (2004)
Downtown Amman- UrbanPortraits, 18’ (2003)
I Swam in the Sea, 2’15” (2003)
Lastfall, 2’ (2003)
Ain Al Hamra (Red Is the Colour of my Eye), 23’ (2000)
Of Seduction [co-directed with Ghassan Salhab], 32’ (1998)

Actor (co-lead role) in The Beach House (Beit el Baher), a feature film by Roy Dib (2016)
Actor in Révolution Zendj, a feature film by Tariq Teguia (2013)

Publisher & art director of L’Homme Qui Plantait Des Arbres by Jean Giono (1953), an audio/artbook comprising a translation of Giono’s short story in Arabic (translation by Leila el Khatib and Najla Reidy), with illustrations by Ranya Sarakbi and a reading by Nesrine Khodr (2010)

Suspended Stillife [installation in a public parking lot, Beirut] (2006)