Just what is it that makes today so familiar, so uneasy?
Adelita Husni-Bey (1985, Italy) lives and works in New York, USA. She is an artist and writer whose practice involves the analysis and (counter-) representation of hegemonic ideologies in contemporary Western societies. Recent projects have also focused on unearthing and re-thinking radical pedagogical models within the framework of anarcho-collectivist studies. Solo exhibitions include ‘Playing Truant’, Gasworks (London, UK, 2012), ‘The Green Mountain’, ViaFarini/DOCVA (Milan, Italy, 2010). She has participated in ‘Jens’, Hordaland Art Centre (Bergen, Norway, 2013), ‘TRACK’, S.M.A.K museum (Ghent, Belgium, 2012) and ‘Right to Refusal, The Sea is my Land’, Maxxi Museum (Rome, Italy, 2013). She is currently attending the Whitney ISP program in New York and is working with Greek and Italian schools to foster dialogue and understanding of the economic crisis by teenage students.