A Red Thread Stuck in My Throat.
Lecture performance, 2019.
Al Shazly’s lecture is about representation of the self in the city that can be seen as a vast fabric where activities flow at intra and inter levels, through investigating different aspects of privacy, and body performance within the public and private space.
It is a collective of Al Shazly's photography and collage work that tries to evoke the restrictions that human being experience in their life, it focuses on the identity and its relationship to the surrounding environment whether city size, urban density, location and current political issues.
Featured in the Faculty of Humanities in the Mellon 30th Anniversary Seminar Series, Mapping African Futures, on the topic of Art, chaired by Zen Marie, at University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.