about the artist
Adelita Husni-Bey is an artist and pedagogue interested in anarco-collectivism, theater, law and urban studies. She organizes workshops, produces publications, radio broadcasts, archives and exhibition work focused on using non-competitive pedagogical models through the framework of contemporary art. Recent solo exhibitions include: Chiron, New Museum, 2019, White Paper: On Land, Law and the Imaginary, Centro de Arte dos de Mayo, Mostoles and A Wave in the Well, Sursock Museum, Beirut, 2016, Movement Break, Kadist Foundation, 2015, Playing Truant, Gasworks, 2012. She is a 2012 Whitney Independent Study Program fellow, a 2016 Graham Foundation grantee and has represented Italy at the Venice Biennale of Art, 2017 with a video rooted in anti-extractivist struggles.