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Beds, Bodies and the State

Discussion

9/09/22 7pm

Free

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Join writers Sara El Adl and Hannah Elsisi as they discuss their research on subjectivity, spatial politics and the bed. The conversation will shed light on the making and unmaking of sexed states and subjects in the context of postcolonial politics and political violence, as well as explore performances of, and possibilities for, thinking futurity otherwise.

 
Sara El Adl is a writer and curator from Cairo. She holds an MA in International Human Rights Law from the American University in Cairo. Throughout her academic, curatorial and creative practices, her research has revolved around biopolitics of censorship and moral policing. She has co-edited Ahmed Morsi: The Printmaking Years (Cairo: Gypsum Books 2020) and A Book on a Proposed House Museum for an Unknown Crying Man (Berlin: DAAD 2022). She is currently a PhD candidate in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London. More about Sara El Adl
 
Hannah Elsisi is a social and intellectual historian of the Modern Middle East. She holds a PhD in history from the University of Oxford and is a junior research fellow at Pembroke College University of Cambridge and the Crown Center for Middle East Studies. Her research charts the history of imprisonment, repression, and torture in Modern Egypt. She is wrapping up that research project with two forthcoming books, Lovers in the Citadel: Prisons and Other Architectures of Subjection in Egypt and an anthology, Behind the Sun: Prison Writing in an Egyptian Century. More about Hannah Elsisi.
 
Image: Mahmoud Khaled, Fantasies on a Found Phone, Dedicated to the Man Who Lost it, 2022, multimedia installation. Installation view at The Mosaic Rooms. Photography: Andy Stagg.

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