Haramacy, the inaugural re_use program in London, is resident at the Albany as part of the Rebels season. The residency brings together Middle Eastern and South Asian artists for five days with the aim of creating a framework for them to collaborate and create. It will culminate in a sharing on the final night, Saturday 27 April, which you can book for using this link.
You can drop in, for free, during two of the residency days, from 11am – 2pm to get a flavour of the work happening from interactive talks and short performances, led by the artists in residence. Activity will include the following.
Wednesday 24 April
Deema Al Hugail: Etheric Flow (performance)
Moza Al Matrooshi: SSShhh (performance lecture)
Moshtari Hilal: The Danger of Transnational Consumption (talk)
Alaa Kassim: You; a Series, a Succession, of Realities Imagined (performance)
Reeta Loi: The Queer and other Empowering Intersections (conversation)
Thursday 25 April
Nasreen Shaikh Jamal Al Lail & Hamida Zourgui: Mirror Mirror (performance)
Nouf Alhimiary: Heritage, Affect and Contemporary National Subjectivity (performance)
Jannat Hussain: Polyphony (performance)
Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan: Imagining towards Liberation (workshop)