During this event, Marianne Fahmy presents her projects, installations, sculptures, and videos that she has been developing since she was studying at the school of the Beaux-Arts in Alexandria.
This talk is an opportunity for the public to (re)discover the work and approach of the artist who, in this case, proposes to go back in time in order to grasp the mechanisms of her thought and work processes.
The presentation is followed by the opening of What things may come, the Marianne Fahmy’s solo exhibition.
This event is part of the project travelling narratives, a regional program of art and research that aims at encouraging interactions between cultural agents in Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Mauritania and Libya.
Through the organization of a cycle of residencies, exhibitions, screenings, meetings, workshops and conferences, this project strives to cross and connect micro-stories from North Africa in order to discover and disseminate endogenous stories of these territories and to collectively imagine new social and cultural utopias from these alternative narrativess.