Raoul Klooker is a curator and writer based in London with an interest in collaborative artistic and curatorial practices, exhibiting time-based and digital media, and re-writing queer and feminist art histories. He co-runs the art project and exhibition space After training in Art History and Middle Eastern History and Culture, he obtained an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art. He has worked as curatorial assistant on Tate Modern's 2018 Counter-Histories film program "The Museum of Clouds" and curated numerous projects and exhibitions including "Alt-Age: Designing Belief" (The Design Museum, London, 2018), a public program investigating how online platforms and algorithms shape contemporary political discourse; and "Father Figures Are Hard To Find" (nGbK Berlin, 2016), a group exhibition exploring queer genealogies in contemporary art.