Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Memory Embodied: At the ASE - American University of Cairo

Memory Embodied is an exhibition at the intersection of the social and conceptual— the collective memory of ten artists from Cairo and beyond; (em)bodied. The exhibition opens on Friday, December 2nd, at 5 PM; then will run every day from 10 AM to 9 PM until December 15th at the Falaki Gallery, downtown Cairo.
This is a project by the ASE Association with the support of the Department of Sociology, Egyptology and Anthropology (SEA Department - AUC) at AUC The American University in Cairo. It was made possible through a School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HUSS) at AUC Interdisciplinary Grant.
Project Head: Walid Zarrad
Curators: Iman Afify and Azima Salama
Designer: Azima Salama
With the help of: Hanan Sabea, Ali Zaraay, and Ebrahim Bahaa-Eldin
Participating Artists: Nadine Ali, Walaa Yassien, Ruwan Hamdy, Azza Ezzat, Yasmine Abdrabbo, Walid Zarrad, Tarek Chemaly, Mariam Sabrah, Osman A. Young, and Maram Khenissi