Tracing Erased Memories

Hilda Moucharrafieh & Dina Mohamed

De Brakke Grond, terras

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Award-winning project comes back to Fringe!

Walk through Amsterdam while exchanging your view with a person in Cairo.
Experience the changing image of Amsterdam and Cairo in relation to recent shifts in their respective political climate. The walk is layered with testimonies from people who were directly involved in the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the student protests and squatters’ evictions in Amsterdam. This period forms a pivotal moment in the political climate of both cities, as waves of resistance rose against austerity measures and the authoritative regime.
We all share memories of these events, while the shifting political agendas are geared towards intentionally erasing the traces of our struggles, pushing away our urgent voices.
Tracing Erased Memories is a one-on-one site-specific multimedia walk, which has been performed thus far in Amsterdam (2018) and London (2019). It is a winner of the International Bursary Award at Amsterdam Fringe Festival in 2018, and nominated for the Offies Award in London 2019.
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Each slot is available for 2 persons of the same household or who approve of proximity with a friend. If the slot is booked for a single ticket, then the second ticket is immediately cancelled so that you take the walk independently with the guide. If you would like to invite a friend, please select 2 tickets within the same purchase.

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About the artist

Hilda Moucharrafieh (b. 1986, Lebanon) is an artist and tutor based in Amsterdam. Her artistic practice revolves around issues of space, mobility and biopolitics where she investigates the technological, economic and political influences on movement in the public sphere. Hilda received her MA in Scenography from the University of the Arts in Utrecht in 2016, and is the recipient of the 3-Package Deal talent grant from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts (AFK) in 2017-2018.

www.thenarrativecollective.com

Dina A.Mohamed (b. 1987, Egypt) is an artist and researcher based in Amsterdam. Her research and artistic practice is concerned with understanding the political despondency caused by complex intertwining structures of economics, politics and information technology. How can individuals and groups regain political agency under the deterministic logic of technology and the overflow of information? More importantly, how can such information be turned into knowledge? Dina received her BA in Philosophy from the American University of Cairo and her MA in Art Praxis from the Dutch Art Institute in 2019.

www.dinamohamed.art

Concept & Production: Dina Mohamed & Hilda Moucharrafieh

Cairo walk: Reem Alhwary
Video editor: Bethany Crawford
Animation: Samer Bou Saleh
Tablet holder designer: Pépé Heijenberg
Production assistant: Lijuan Klaßen
Photo documentation: Marwan Youssef

Amsterdam walks are guided by:
Jeffrey Babcock
Harriet Foyster
Lina Hamdan
Charlie Jansen
Ayoub Tannaoui
Claire van der Mee

With the support of Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie