Iman Djouini b. Algiers, Algeria, is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who works primarily in Print Media and Public Installation. She received a Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking from Tulane University, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Art History from The Maryland Institute College of Art. Her research-based practice explores gender and postcolonial spatial relations and the intersections of art and identity, culture, economy, and politics. Recent works examine how language and design can be tools, used to shape perception in contested cultural and political histories. Djouini has developed civic and public art projects in Baltimore City and New Orleans and has also curated numerous exhibitions of contemporary art. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Djouini lectures and designs curricula that nurture a critical dialogue with the next generation of artists, designers and thinkers.