ABOUT THE WORK
Adham Faramawy will present a new live performance continuing their research into bodies, desire and queering ideas of the natural. The work will combine sound, sculpture, spoken word, dance and video and consider the different ways bodies interact with substances and with each other and when a body, behaviour, movement or interaction might be desirable and when it or they might be unwelcome.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Adham Faramawy lives and works in London. Their work spans moving image, sculptural installation and print. Faramawy has recently exhibited works in group shows at Somerset House, London (2020) and Science Gallery, London (2020), they were shortlisted for the Jarman award 2017. In 2019 the artist presented Skin Flicks at a screening dedicated to their work at Tate Britain. Faramawy was a 2018/2019 fellow at Broadway’s Near Now, Nottingham.
ABOUT THE VENUE
180 The Strand is an iconic Brutalist building currently undergoing a transformation into a creative hub for people and progress. It aims to foster and connect creatives, entrepreneurs, dynamic thinkers and cultural explorers by integrating the creation, display, learning and social functions of culture throughout its spaces.