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Uploaded on Oct 18, 2011

FACT curator, Omar Kholeif discussed the work of Ahmed Basiony whose work is being displayed as part of the Abandon Normal Devices Exhibition at FACT from the 29 September - 287November 2011.FACT curator, Omar Kholeif, discussing the work of Ahmed Basiony whose work is being displayed as part of the Abandon Normal Devices Exhibition at FACT from the 29 September - 27 November 2011.

Thirty Days Running in The Place reveals Basiony jogging daily for one hour while wearing a suit of electronic sensors that picked up how far he ran and how much sweat he produced.

Basiony's work is all the more poignant as he was shot dead during the January 2011 Egyptian uprising. Thirty Days Running in The Place will be shown alongside footage filmed by the artist in Tahrir Square days before his death.

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