‘Filtered Conversations (Remixed)’ with Amanda KM


Based on her project Filtered Conversations (Remixed), which focuses on the evidence and residue of intimate conversations held between women in Cairo, Amanda KM will have a conversation about previous conversations. She invites Shatha Al Deghady and Ahmed Kubara to have an improvised jam session using loops of sound and voice.

Amanda KM will join us in the PASS studio at the library of the Contemporary Image Collective for a live broadcast from 3-5pm (EET) on Thursday 16 February.

Amanda KM is an Cairo-based visual artist who uses video, installation, and performance to explore the connections between object and subject.  Throughout her work, she amasses objects, which are deemed invaluable, to mark a particular time or event.


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