Dina El Kaisy Friemuths critical and collective artistic practice unpacks the complexity of collectivity and belonging. Their work questions gender, ethnicity, and class and aims to create environments that center marginalized voices as well as decolonial and institutional critique. Their activist practice is often created in collaboration with other cultural workers and involves curating, writing, performance, and video works. El Kaisy Friemuth (b. 1988) lives and works in Copenhagen and Berlin. They are co-founder of the collective – Feminist Collective With No Name with Anita Beikpour. They graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and Berlin University of the Arts in 2016. Recent group exhibitions include the 11th Berlin Biennale, Ariel (Copenhagen), 1-1 (Basel), Bergen Konsthall and 55-11 Gallery (New York). El Kaisy Friemuth has been the initiator and member of several artist groups and networks such as The Cultural Workers Union for People of Colour (Denmark), Another Dinner Ruined (Beirut), and Speculative Bitches (Berlin).