Khaled Hafez is a Cairo based artist, whose practice spans the mediums of painting, video, photography, installation and interdisciplinary approaches. For over 20 years, he has explored the continuous reproduction of dichotomies within and between the popular culture of his native Egypt, of France where he lived for several years, and of the United States – the ultimate consumer society. Anna Bromley meets him in the library of the Schöppingen Art Foundation for a conversation on Biennals and artistic production in the northern and southern hemispheres, on identity and revolution, ancient poetry slams and video diaries. Tune in!