Quran Karriem is an experimental musician, installation artist and interface designer interested in expressions of individuality, collectivism, competition and cooperation in virtual and performative contexts.
endings . Composer, Creator, Programmer, Visual artist. (2017)
endings is a generative text and audiovisual work that engages with a dataset on fatal encounters with police in the U.S. since January I, 2015.
The dataset is actively maintained by the Washington Post, and each new entry is incorporated into the piece.
Fellowships, Supported Research, & Other Grants
Duke Incubation Fund awarded by Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship (2018 to 2019)
Rubenstein Artist Residency awarded by Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts (2018)
Dean's Graduate Fellowship awarded by The Graduate School (2017 to 2022)
PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge Fellow awarded by Franklin Humanities Institute (2017 to 2019)
Social Practice Lab Fellow awarded by Franklin Humanities Institute (2017 to 2018)