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PASS landing at CiC Library, Cairo

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From 17 -19 February 2017, the Pan African Space Station landed in the library of Contemporary Image Collective (CiC) in downtown Cairo.

PASS in Cairo featured live readings, performances and conversations with Chimurenga’s collaborators in the city, including Hassan Khan, Amanda KMMohamed Abdelkarim, Amado Alfadni, Adham HafezShatha Al Deghady, Magdy El Shafee, Amira Hanafi and more.

Recorded sessions from the landing are available for replay via PASS on Mixcloud.

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Hassan Khan reads ‘Twelve Clues’

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Cairo-based artist and writer Hassan Khan will present a round table discussion interspersed with selections of music and some excerpts from his sci-fi novella, Twelve Clues, live on PASS at the Contemporary Image Collective (CiC) library on Friday 17 February from 3-5pm (EET). This short English-language novel, which features 12 clues, 12 chapters and 12 artworks, alludes to a colossal corporation, a ground-breaking science project, humanity, a movie, apes, robots and religion, but complicates the logic of these worlds when they collide with the entangled lives of the …  ( continue reading

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‘Filtered Conversations (Remixed)’ with Amanda KM

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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 …  ( continue reading

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Amira Hanafi with ‘Language as Material’

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Amira Hanafi joins us on PASS in Cairo in Sunday 19 February from 4-6pm with Language as Material. She will read selections from her books Forgery (2011) and Minced English (2010), and share recordings from her project, A Dictionary of the Revolution, that documented the amplification of public political speech following the 25 January 2011 uprising in Egypt, Amira Hanafi is a writer and artist living in Cairo. She works with language as a material, documenting multivocal histories that encompass the …  ( continue reading

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Amado Alfadni

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  Egyptian-born Sudanese artist Amado Alfadni will be joining us on PASS live from CiC Library in downtown Cairo on Saturday 18 February from 4-5pm. Alfadni will present and explore his ongoing research, which is focused on forgotten historical events and current state policies; the relationship between the included and the excluded; and issues of identity and politics.    ( continue reading

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Mohamed Abdelkarim

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Mohamed Abdelkarim constructs a world of sound on PASS live from Contemporary Image Collective in Downtown Cairo on Friday 17 February from 5-6pm. Abdelkarim’s selections will include a collection of productions by Dirar Kalash, Kareem Lotfy, Jacqueline George, as well as his own works produced in Karachi, Beirut, Cairo. Mohamed Abdelkarim is a visual/performance artist, based in Cairo. Here is an extract from Episode #1 and #2 of his performance/essay-based project Dramatic Episodes on Locomotion.  ( continue reading

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Magdy El-Shafee

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Graphic artist, cartoonist, illustrator Magdy El-Shafee joins us on PASS live from the CiC Library, Cairo from 3-4pm on Saturday 18 February. El-Shafee will be taking us through his illustrated works and will be selecting music from his personal collection. He will be joined in conversation with children’s book author, Rania Amin, and scriptwriter Muhammed Abdelaziz.  ( continue reading

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