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Art Alert : Department store to host contemporary dance performance

Inside Cairo’s Sednaoui department store, DCAF’s How Much? is to explore dialogue between gestures in trade and art

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This Wednesday, the Sednaoui department store in downtown Cairo is to host How Much? , a contemporary dance performance to explore dialogue between gestures in trade and art.

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Department store Sednaoui hosts a contemporary dance performance as a part of DCAF
(Photo : © Maud Luc)

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Choreographed by Christian Ubl from France’s CUBe association, directed by Karima Mansour and performed by the students of the Cairo Contemporary Dance Centre, How Much? is to raise questions on social and cultural heritage and memory, according to the event’s press release.

Produced by Nassim El Raqs, a contemporary dance festival in Alexandria, the performance is to feature music by Khaled Kaddal, on the electric guitar, and Zakaria El Eskandarani, on the nay flute.

It is to be held at the Sednaoui department store, as part of the DCAF festival’s Urban Visions programme of contemporary art interventions in public spaces.

Built in 1913 on the site of Nubar Pasha Street in Al Khazendar Square in Attaba, downtown Cairo, the department store still retains many of its original features, including old chandeliers and a spiral staircase.

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Wednesday 8 April, 6.30pm
Sednaoui department store, El Khazendar Square, Attaba, Cairo

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CUBe est un projet chorégraphique subventionné par le Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication / DRAC DRAC Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur , le Conseil Régional PACA, le Conseil Général des Bouches-du-Rhône, la Ville de Marseille, la Ville d’Istres. CUBe – Christian UBL est soutenu par le Forum Culturel Autrichien à Paris.