Spanning disciplines and languages, Tarek El-Ariss’ research interests include contemporary Arabic culture, literature and art; new media and cyber culture; and digital humanities.
Art Professional, Speaker
Abass El-Hage is involved in creating spaces and institutions for art and music in the Middle East and its diaspora.
Mandy El-Sayegh's research-based practice stems from an interrogation of the part-to-whole relation in the fields of science and philosophy.
Peter Eleey is the Curator of MoMA PS1 in New York, where he most recently organised survey exhibitions of the paintings of Henry Taylor and the films of George Kuchar.
Ahmed Elghoneimy’s work as a filmmaker revolves around interpersonal tensions between various archetypal protagonists, such as sons and fathers, victims and perpetrators, bullies and friends, ideologies and those who act on them.
Since the 1990s, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has continually pursued ideas of sharing and sensing, moving through and co-producing space.
Hala Elkoussy’s work explores the history and culture of Egypt, with a particular focus on her native Cairo.
Choreographer and dancer
Dancer, performer and choreographer, Erin Ellen Kelly uses techniques from Butoh, qigong, gymnastics, farming, cabaret dancing, and performance action-theatre to create performance installation pieces that comment on the human condition and its relationship to environment and society.
Working across English, German and Arabic, Amira Elmasry has 13 years’ experience as an independent researcher, translator and editor in linguistics and literature.
Edgar Endress received a fellowship from Syracuse University to pursue an MA in Fine Arts with a focus on video art, which he completed in 2001.
Haitham Ennasr's work includes drawings, paintings, lecture performances, videogames, board games, animation shorts and digital stills.
Haris Epaminonda uses video and film, collage, photography, books and objects in an extensive process of assembling and disassembling appropriated materials to reconstruct non-linear narratives in her work
An artist and musician with a background in architecture, Cevdet Erek composes and recomposes works that capture and reformulate spaces and situations.
The public projects of Ayşe Erkmen nearly always reflect her concerns with the physical, cultural and social landscapes in which she works.