Ayesha Hameed is Joint Programme Leader in Fine Art and History of Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her project Black Atlantis has been performed at the ICA and Showroom, London (2015); the Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities (2015); and Edinburgh College of Art (2015). A second project, A Rough History (of the Destruction of Fingerprints), has been exhibited at the House of World Cultures Berlin (2014); Kunstraum Niederoesterreich Vienna (2015); Pavillion, Leeds (2015); and Homeworks Space Program, Beirut (2016). Her publications include contributions to Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth (Sternberg 2014); The Sarai Reader (Sarai 2013); We Travel the Spaceways (Duke University Press, forthcoming 2017) and Unsound/Undead (Univocal, forthcoming 2017). She is also co-author, with Henriette Gunkel, of Visual Cultures as Time Travel (Sternberg, forthcoming 2017).