Adham Hafez is a curator, theorist, historian, and artist. His work encompasses postcolonial studies, the Anthropocene and performance, politics of choreography, Arab art history, knowledge production, and climate change. As an artist and a theorist, his work has been presented internationally at world-renowned venues including Hebbel Am Ufer, Cairo Opera House, MoMA PS1, Sharjah Architecture Triennial, Damascus Opera House, and La Mama Theatre, among others. He publishes essays and texts in Arabic, English, and French, and he is the founder of HaRaKa Platform, the first Arab platform dedicated to performance studies and choreography, which was established over 15 years ago. He is also the founder of the publication Cairography which translates and publishes essays on dance, performance, politics, and choreography from and about the Arabic-speaking region. Adham Hafez is the co-founder of Wizara, a unique blockchain ecosystem presenting Arab, Asian and African artists within Web3 settings. He is the founding curator of the New York Arab Festival, and CANONS, a Berlin-based symposium, and festival on aesthetic injustice.