Based in Liverpool, Salma Noor’s practice uses digital platforms to interrogate the structures of power that we inhabit and those which inhabit us. She splices historical imagery, often sourced from familial archives, into GIFs, computer animated collages and immersive installations.
Noor is the founder of the Black Womxn's Conference and is a member and in-house designer of the Radical Womxn's DANCE Party - a Liverpool-based collective which organises events that protest Womxn’s struggles within wider anti-capitalist, resistance movements. She was recently commissioned to produce augmented animations for Redistributing Power: The Art Market is Structured Like a Plantation, an event organised by Creative United. In 2019 her work was featured in you feel me, a group exhibition curated by Helen Starr at FACT in Liverpool.