Salma Ahmad Caller was born in Iraq to an Egyptian father and a British mother, and grew up in Nigeria and Saudi Arabia. She now lives in the UK. An artist, art historian and writer, she considers herself a disruptive body, a hybrid of cultures and faiths. Her work explores her mixed-race identity, cross-cultural experiences, text/image relationships and forms of embodiment, materiality and memory, drawing on personal intimate family histories and vulnerability as a way to destabilize larger narratives. Recent publications include a text/image work Crossing Formations as part of Forms of Migration by Faslchrum Books (Berlin 2022); Making The Postcard Women’s Imaginarium: dreaming our futures out of our past, edited and curated by Salma Ahmad Caller, Peculiarity Press (London 2022); the essay “Ornamental Feeling: The Body of Life and Death in the Work of Daisy Patton,” in Broken Time Machines: Daisy Patton (New York, Minerva Projects Press, 2021); and film in Shell Fables – a Curious Cabinet of Beings & Becoming, The Douglas Hyde Gallery (Dublin 2022).