Papy Ebotani has been a dancer for over fifteen years.
Latifa Echakhch responds to political and cultural issues through objects, images and texts that question meaning and appearance.
Ntone Edjabe is founder and Editor-in-Chief of Chimurenga, a journal and platform for editorial and curatorial activities.
Alaa Edris uses photography, film and performance to enact experimental mappings and manipulations of her social and urban environment.
Adrienne Edwards is a curator, scholar and writer whose work concerns visual, performance and cross-boundary art as well as histories, concepts, modes and methods of blackness.
In addition to creating videos and performances, Işıl Eğrikavuk works as a journalist and teaches media and video art at Istanbul Bilgi University.
Fadi El Abdullah is a poet, lawyer, communicator, writer and music critic with a wide range of performances and publications.
In her series ‘Défilé de l’intime’, Khadija El Abyad creates a performance that revolves around the intimacy of the female body in an isolated natural space containing plants, bodies and other objects and shapes.
Haidar El Ali is an ecologist, documentary filmmaker and Senegalese government minister.
Theatre directorFounder, D-CAF Festival, See Foundation
Ahmed El Attar is an Egyptian independent theatre director, translator and playwright. He is founder and artistic director of the Temple Independent Theatre Company and of Orient Productions for film and theatre.
Cairo-based artist Sherif El Azma has worked extensively in film and video, producing short, experimental pieces such as Powerchord Skateboard, documentary shorts like Interview with a Housewife and full-length television pilots for Egyptian Soap Opera. His 2001 film Donia / Amar was screened as part of Past of the Coming Days.
Roza El Hassan’s work encompasses a wide range of mediums, from object art, drawing and sculpting to sustainable design and architectural projects.
Founder and director of Simsara Music PR & Management, Sarah El Miniawy works closely with a wide range of artists and organisations at the forefront of independent music in the Arab world.
Abdessamad El Montassir’s work calls upon micro-stories made invisible by official discourse and explores their place and stake in contemporary societies.