Rema Ghuloum currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. Rema received her BFA from California State University, Long Beach in 2007 and her MFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2010. Rema is a 2018 recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a recipient of the Esalen Pacifica Prize in 2012, the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant in 2010, and the Max Gatov award in 2007. Rema has exhibited nationally and internationally at venues like the Cue Foundation, UCLA's New Wight Gallery, Sonce Alexander Gallery, George Lawson Gallery, den Contemporary, UCSB's Gallery 479, UC Berkeley's Worth Ryder Gallery, the Torrance Art Museum, and Arka Gallery in Vladivostok, Russia. Since 2012, Rema has been one of the four members of the curatorial collective – Manual History Machines. Manual History Machines was a recipient of the Curators Lab Exhibition Award by Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in 2013 and have presented exhibitions at venues thorough the Los Angeles area, including Fellows of Contemporary Art, Claremont Graduate University, DAC Gallery, and Eastside International.