Adelita Husni-Bey (Italy, 1985) 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 re-thinking radical pedagogical models within the framework of anarco-collectivist studies. Solo shows include: Il Principe, la Classe e lo Stato, Galleria Laveronica, 2014, White Paper: The Land, Beirut (in Cairo), 2014, Playing Truant, Gasworks, 2012. She has participated in: Undiscovered Worlds, the New York High Line, 2015, Really Useful Knowledge, Reina Sofia museum, 2014, Utopia for Sale?, MAXXI museum, 2014, Jens, Hordeland Kunstsenter, 2013, Meeting Points 7, MuKHa, 2013, Mental Furniture Industry, Flattime House, 2013, TRACK, S.M.A.K museum, 2012, Right to Refusal, 2012, Bregenz Kunstverein. She completed the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York in 2012 and recently presented chapter II of ‘White Paper’, a project based on the analysis of the changing face of legislation in relationship to private ownership and the commons, at Casco, Office for Design Art & Theory, in Utrecht.