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“mcd” digital culture magazine

Interactive installation “Trap//02”  featured in the special issue #71 of “mcd” digital culture magazine (www.digitalmcd.com). “Trap//02” was part of “Di-Egy Fest 0.1”, the first digital art festival in Egypt. Organized and curated by Haytham Nawar and Elham Khattab in Cairo in March and April 2013. The Di-Egy Fest 0.1 festival, supported by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture and numerous international partners, is thus opening up a new space for young Egyp- tian artists, who presented their digital artworks alongside international guests. During several days at the Gezira Arts Center and the British Council in Cairo, 7 workshops enabled them to be trained in digital practices, technologies and me- dia, along the following themes: sound art, game design, creative coding and process- ing, digital performance, from cybernethics to technoethics, Sensorama (sensors and data visualisation) and curating applied to digital arts.


Mohamed Shoukry is a contemporary visual artist. Born in cairo, Egypt 1976, holds PHD From faculty of applied arts in “Video Sculpture”. He exhibited in various international art galleries including F+F Schule für Kunst und Mediendesign, Zurich, Switzerland - Kunstverien, Aschafeunberg, Germany - Open City Exhibition, Teramo, Italy - Artist Village Exhibition, Taipei, Taiwan - Haslla museum, Gangnueung, South Korea. Also he participated regularly in most of the national art events since 1996 and was awarded several times such as third prize salon of youth 2005 and first prize in “talaa exhibition” three consecutive years. Shoukry also granted artist in residence program from triangle trust in 2004 and from prohelvetia 2011. he participated in a lot of workshops either internationally or nationally since 1996. He held also several workshops in goethe institute cairo. Shoukry work is in public and private collections including Haslla museum, Gangnueung, South Korea and The The Contemporary Art Musseum, Cairo, Egypt. His works has been featured in several publications including, Egypt Today, Al Bait Magazine, Papyrous Magazine.