The unbreakable rope: an exploration of sexuality in Islam is curated by Harry Seymour and Rachel Maggart.
Harry Seymour is an art historian, curator and critic based in London, who graduated from the Courtauld Institute and specialises in exploring the historical dialogue between contemporary and classical art in both Eastern and Western traditions. Read Harry's catalogue essay, Love in Bloom, foregrounding the history of non-heterosexual relationships in Islamic culture and how attitudes have changed over time, on Free Word's blog here.
Rachel Maggart is an artist, curator and writer, who holds an MA History of Art from Birkbeck College and a BA in Music from New York University. Her first solo show, New Britannia: Reinventing British Iconography, is on display at Roast Restaurant in Borough Market until March 2016.
Nazish Khan is artistic director for Quilliam's Season of #Solidarity. She combines her legal background and MA in theatre to produce politically charged work. The season will be producing EAT Identity, an immersive exploration of being British and Generation J, a play humanising Quilliam’s research and findings.