When I was asked by Michket Krifa and Coralie Desmurs of the Institut Français to produce a compilation of time-based works by visual artists on the theme of the 2011 Egyptian revolution for a satellite presentation at the Encounters of Bamako, I was faced with the problem of who to invite, given that the artists’ contributions had to fit into thirty minutes at most and ideally into twenty.
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