Naeem Mohaiemen is an artist & filmmaker whose work currently focuses on 1970s governmental interactions between formerly colonised states, constituting themselves and attempting to collaborate after decolonisation.
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Neem’s brilliant essay ‘Fear of a Muslim Planet: Islamic Roots of Hip-Hop’ can be downloaded here: https://www.academia.edu/206041/Fear_of_a_Muslim_Planet_Islamic_Roots_of_Hip-Hop
Documentation for the formaly innovative exhibition ‘My Mobile Weighs a Ton’ can be found here: https://www.shobak.org/my-mobile-weighs-a-ton/
Still from ‘Two Meetings and a Funeral’, Naeem Mohaiemen (2017)