Tali Keren is a multidisciplinary artist and educator born in Jerusalem and based in Brooklyn, working across video, participatory installation, and immersive documentary practices. Her work critically investigates historical and contemporary manifestations of settler colonialism while foregrounding the transformative possibilities of political imagination and dialogue. Kerens’ socially engaged practice is grounded in collaborations and cross-disciplinary dialogue with artists, scholars, scientists, and organizers. Her recent solo and collaborative exhibitions include the James Gallery at CUNY Graduate Center, New York; Queens Museum, New York; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum; Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit; Eyebeam, New York; the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel-Aviv; Ludlow 38, MINI Goethe Institute, New York. She participated in group shows, screenings, and performances internationally, including the Tallinn Photomonth Biennale, Tallinn; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Anthology Film Archives, New York; the Museum of the Moving Image, New York; Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv; Socrates Sculpture Park, New York; the Jewish Museum, New York; Museums Quartier, Vienna; Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; and Times Square as part of Time Square's Arts Midnight Moment. Her work has been featured in Artforum, The New Yorker, Art in America, The New York Times, Vice, Hyperallergic, Flash Art, and WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show. Keren is a 2022 recipient of the New York Artadia Award alongside collaborator Alex Strada, and is a 2023-2025 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow. She has been an artist in residence at ISCP, New York; NARS Foundation, New York; BRIC workspace, New York; Queens Museum, New York; and the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH. Keren received her BFA in 2009 from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, and an MFA in 2016 from Columbia University in New York.