A human rights and feminist artist and activist, a social sciences researcher, a published writer and a poet. My work is an exploration of possibilities in the intersections of art, creativity, knowledge production and activism. I was born in Tunis in 1989, a city in which I grew, lived, learnt and rebelled, through activism, writing and being. After graduating as a Medical Doctor, and working in international organizations in the field of health and human rights, I moved to Paris in 2016, to pursue a PhD in anthropology, and since then have been living and working in Europe, moving mainly between Paris, Stockholm and Lisbon. I am interested in the concepts of subjectivity and subjectivation, and the everyday, particularly in relation to exile, and to being a woman in the contemporary world. I do that through experimental writing, the exploration of the confusing borders between words and forms, between art and action, between verbal and embodied forms of knowledge.