Aziz Hazara (°1992, Wardak) lives and works in Kabul (Afghanistan) and in Ghent (Belgium). He is an interdisciplinary artist using photography, video, sound, programming languages, text, and multimedia installations. Hazara explores themes such as identity, memory, archives, conflict, surveillance, and migration in a context of power relations and geopolitics. He exhibits internationally, including at the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (Australia), in IKOB-Museum of Contemporary Art Eupen (Belgium), in the Kunsthal Aarhus (Denmark), in the Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean (MuCEM) Marseille (France), and at the Busan Biennale and ACC Asia Culture Center Kwangju (South Korea). The artist has participated in several residencies of: the Camargo Foundation (France), the KHOJ international artists’ Association New Delhi (India), and the UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Arts (UMISAA) scholar at Beaconhouse National University (Pakistan).
40 kunstenaars uit 18 landen brengen 60 kunstwerken op 16 binnen- en buitenlocaties naar Kortrijk.