Rania Lee Khalil makes performances and moving images for live audiences. Her artworks reflect on the beauty and disappearance of indigenous plant, animal and human (culture)s. Her embodied and research based practice interweaves reflections on ecology, third world feminism, post coloniality and healing. In her videos she explores lo fi and analog systems of making. Originally trained in dance, somatic movement and Butoh, Khalil brings a sense of quiet and movement to her moving image performances. The daughter of Egyptian immigrants to the US, she is the mother of one daughter and lives with her family in the unceded Lenape territories colonially known as New York City.