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Intimate, visceral and unsettling: Walid Elsawi at Medrar
Mai Elwakil | Home-production, "horror stories of human interaction" and wordplay: Walid Elsawi's VDU Art
Reflections on walls: On Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s latest project
Sara Elkamel | On the implications sound travel may have on privacy, surveillance and human rights violations
Paper, transport and bureaucracy in Egypt: An interview with artist Ash Moniz
Sama Waly | Ash Moniz on his Townhouse solo show “In the Anticipation of a Future Need to Know”
A letter about a nostalgic art tour: A screening and three exhibitions in Cairo
Andeel | You were probably expecting this in a different format, but we’re living in a different time now
Maeve Brennan’s The Drift and messing up mainstream media stories
Mia Jankowicz | An unfathomable place in perpetual need of explaining from the outside
Fattuta and the assassination of Sadat: Conversations with Sherif El Azma on the history of video art in Egypt
Ahmed Shawky | On the link between early 1980s TV and the emergence of video art
A review with a curatorial task: On the 8th Cairo Video Festival
Ash Moniz | What happens when a place's locality is taken for granted as detached from external relations?
In conversation: On Mohamed Allam’s The Contents of the Grocery Bag
Lara El Gibaly and Yomna Osman | Talking about Mohamed Allam's recent show of video art at the Contemporary Image Collective.
Mental imprisonment and OMG I can’t believe this dictatorship
Andeel | Even watching movies can make me feel like a subject of research in which my reactions are strictly linked
 
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