UMISAA Scholar, Kubra Khademi’s new collaborative performance with AGF
A graduate of Fine Arts from Mariam Dawood School of Visual Arts and Design & a UMISAA Scholar, Kubra Khademi has joined hands with AGF to present the world premiere of a new collaborative performance.
About the Work:
Performing as AGF, German poet, vocalist and new media artist Antye Greie explores speech and spoken word within the depths of electronic music. At Rewire 2017, she’s joined by Kubra Khademi, an Afghan performance artist who examines her life as a refugee and woman by creating public performances that respond to male-dominated societies and extreme patriarchal politics. Together they present the world premiere of their new project, a truly subconscious work that fuses Khademi’s politically-charged performances with AGF’s distinctive sound art to address womenhood, white supremacy and intersectional feminism.
After their performance, AGF and Kubra Khademi will join Moor Mother for New Emergences #7: Poetry, Presence and Empowerment on Saturday, 1 April.
For more information:
Kubra Khademi Website