Rula Khoury was born in Haifa in 1982. She is a curator, art historian and art critic. She received a Masters degree in art history from Haifa University (2011). Khoury was the artistic director of Khalil Sakakini Culture Center (2014). She was the curator of "Manam" and "Mapping Procession" at the Qalandiya International Biennale (2014). Currently Khoury lives in New York City, where she is pursuing a Masters degree in Writing Art Criticism from the School of Visual Arts.
With a rich display of over 200 artifacts, the Metropolitan Museum exhibition “Jerusalem, 1000-1400,” subtitled “Every People Under Heaven,” intended to introduce the viewers to a peaceful, spiritual, culturally and religiously diverse place, which they imagine the city of Jerusalem to be. Rula Khoury visited the exhibition and came back with some thought-provoking questions.
Thirty-eight technologically complex projects, a century of experiences of the moving image, 18,000-square-foot of installations, drawings, 3-D environments, sculptures, performances, paintings, and online spaces: an immersive experiment or sensory overload? Rula Khoury visits the impressive exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016 at The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.