Rehana Zaman

Staff details

Rehana Zaman


Senior Lecturer in Fine Art




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Rehana is an artist and filmmaker

Rehana Zaman works predominantly with moving image to speak to notions of kinship and sociality, seeking out possibilities of intimacy and transgression, within hostile contexts. Conversation and cooperative methods sit at the heart of her practice.

Academic qualifications

  • MFA Fine Art, Goldsmiths 2011
  • BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths 2004

Publications and research outputs

Artist's Book

Zaman, Rehana; Le Melle, Taylor and Powell, Rowan. 2019. Tongues.


Zaman, Rehana. 2021. Alternative Economies.

Zaman, Rehana. 2019. Your Ecstatic Self.

Zaman, Rehana. 2018. How Does an Invisible Boy Disappear?.


Zaman, Rehana. 2021. Donut/Phalanx. In: "ICA Miami Digital Commissions 2020–21: …what endures…", Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, United States, 30 November 2021 - 27 March 2022.

Zaman, Rehana. 2021. Sala-jardín-bar: The Things We Make. In: "The Things We Make", Lodos Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico, 21 August – 18 September 2021.

Zaman, Rehana. 2021. Jupiter in Aries, Moon in Virgo, Trinity Square Video & Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival (Apr – July 2021). In: "Jupiter in Aries, Moon in Virgo", Trinity Square Video, Canada, 3 April - 17 July 2021.

Professional projects

Rehana has exhibited widely in the UK and Internationally. Recent presentations include Serpentine Projects (forthcoming), BEK (Bergen), British Art Show 9 (Touring), ICA Miami, Trinity Square Video, Toronto, Borås International Sculpture Biennial (Sweden), Artist Film International Whitechapel, London and touring worldwide. In 2019 she co-edited Tongues with Taylor Le Melle, published by PSS and was shortlisted for the Film London Jarman Award. She is a contributing member of not/nowhere artist workers cooperative and her films are distributed by LUX.