Adelita Husni-Bey (b. 1985) has studied sociology and fine art and is currently a studio fellow of the Whitney Independent Study Program. Her practice interests include the 'Land Issue', collective memory (the production of), dissent and control, anarchist pedagogy and free-schools which she explores through writing and installations. Her practice involves an analysis of current prevailing systems of organization in advanced capitalist societies in areas such as labour, schooling and housing, and an attempt to produce alternative social imaginaries.
Banner image: Shezad Dawood, Until The End Of The World, 2008, neon, timer and aluminium encased mirrors, 1200 x 180 cm. Installation view at The Third Line, Dubai. Courtesy of Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha.