Emma Williams and Ibrahim Quraishi

Emma Williams studied history at Oxford University and medicine at London University. As a doctor she has worked in the UK, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the WEst Bank, the US and South Africa. Her memoir of living in Jerusalem during the Second Intifada (It's Easier to reach Heaven than the End of the Street) came out in 2006. She has four children and currently lives in New York City.

Ibrahim Quraishi (b. 1973) is an artist who works with different mediums like photography, photo painting, video, film, installation, performance, dance and theatre. A co-founder of Cie. Faim de Siècle in Paris, his primary interest is the exploration of understanding visual performativity and its relationship to the broader cultural perspectives and their schisms.