Meriem Bennani, born in 1988 in Rabat, Morocco, has made a significant mark in the contemporary art world with her avant-garde approach to digital multimedia. Now based in Brooklyn, Bennani's work meticulously fuses video, sculpture, and installation to probe the intricacies of identity, especially in relation to her North African heritage. Drawing deeply from her cross-cultural experiences, she addresses contemporary concerns surrounding the Muslim world, often adding a touch of humor and engaging with augmented reality and absurdist visuals. Bennani's innovative style hasn't gone unnoticed; her art has been showcased in internationally renowned institutions including MoMA PS1 and The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Additionally, The Serpentine Galleries in London has also exhibited her groundbreaking pieces, further cementing her reputation in the global art community.