<align="justify">Kameelah Janan Rasheed (b. 1985) is a Brooklyn-based learner from East Palo Alto, CA. In her work, she inquiries about the deeply intertwined spiritual, socio-political, ecological, and cognitive processes of learning/unlearning. She is interested in how proclamations of certainty, containment, and coherence assert themselves through language, institutional structures, and architecture. Rasheed works within an ecosystem of iterative and provisional projects including sprawling Xerox-based “architecturally-scaled collages” (frieze magazine, winter 2018); interactive publications; large-scale text banner installations; digital archives; lecture-performances; library interventions; poems/poetic gestures; and other forms yet to be determined. Rasheed has exhibited at the 2017 Venice Biennale, ICA Philadelphia, Pinchuk Art Center, Brooklyn Museum, Queens Museum, New Museum, Studio Museum in Harlem, Bronx Museum, Brooklyn Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and The Kitchen, among others. She is the author of four artist books, An Alphabetical Accumulation of Approximate Observations (Endless Editions, 2019), Scoring the Stacks II (self-published with Haverford College, 2019), No New Theories (Printed Matter, forthcoming 2020), and Scoring the Stacks: A Workbook (self-published with Brooklyn Public Library and Rasheed's micropress, Leaky Sentence).