Adelita Husni-Bey lives and works in New York. She is an artist and a researcher whose practice involves the analysis and counter-representation of hegemonic ideologies in contemporary Western societies. Recent projects have also focused on unearthing and re-thinking radical pedagogical models within the framework of anarcho-collectivist studies. She has participated in 2015 5th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art Curator: Katerina Gregos, 2015 Alternativa- curated by Emily Pethick, Aneta Szylak and Beatrice Josse, Gdansk Mlode Miasto, Gdansk, 2015 Collaboration Beyond Consensus – Rehearsing Collectivity, curated by Borbala Soos, Off-Biennale, Budapest, 2015 GLITCH- (touring) curated by Davide Giannella, Arthub, Shanghai, 2015 Grand Domestic Revolution (Goes On!)- curated by Martina Angelotti and Yolande Van Der Heide, CareOf, Milan, 2015 Social Coreography- an Ecology of Collective Experience – curated by Stella Sideli and Borbala Soos, Tenderpixel, London, 2015 Sources Go Dark, Centre for Futura, Praha, curated by Valerio Borgonuovo and Silvia Franceschini 2015 Collective Actions, SE CCA, Southern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston – Salem, NC 2014-2015 Glitch, PAC, Milano, Really Useful Knowledge, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia Madrid, Utopia for Sale?, MAXXI museum, 2014, Jens, Hordeland Kunstsenter, 2013, Meeting Points 7, MuKHa, Antwerp, 2013, 0 Degree Performance, Moscow Biennial 2013, What is an Institution? Beirut Season 4, Cairo, 2013, Mental Furniture Industry, Flattime House, London, 2013, TRACK, S.M.A.K museum, 2012, Right to Refusal, 2012, Bregenz Kunstverein, The Sea is my Land, Maxxi Museum, 2013.