Jessika Leobauldine Khazrik (The Society of False Witnesses) was born in Beirut or Baghdad in 1991 and is currently based in Boston. She studied Theatre and Linguistics at the Lebanese University, and was a participant in 2012-13 in“ Home Workspace Program” at Ashkal Alwan. Ranging across several disciplines, media and geographies, her work investigates the correlation between truth and testimony in art, science and the law. Her projects include The Influence of Prostitution on Tourism (2013), Flying City in the Aerial Paths of Communication (2013), My Body If Only I Could See You (2014), and the ongoing Blue Barrel Grove (2014-). She also collaborates with artists and collectives as writer, performer and translator as well as organizes political parties. Her work was performed/exhibited in Aley, Aix-en-Provence, Beirut, Bern, Mannheim, Montemor-o-Novo and New York.