Cassius Fadlabi's participation is supported by OCA.

Cassius Fadlabi lives and works in Oslo. He was educated at the Art Academy in Oslo (KHiO), Al-Neelain University in Khartoum, and Sudan University. He works with painting, text, and performance. In 2008 he founded “One Night Only” an artist-run platform in Oslo that shows a new artist every Monday. Possibly, Norway's most busy gallery. Between 2010 and 2014 he worked with artist Lars Cuzner on the project 'European Attraction Limited', a contemporary rendition of a human zoo named The Congo Village, that was part of the 1914 World Fair in Oslo. They re-enacted the village and opened it to the public in May 2014. His recent shows includes Sharjah Biennial 11 (Sharjah) (2013), Bergen Assembly (2013), The Museum of Contemporary Art (Oslo) (2012), Kunsthall Oslo (2014), UKS (Oslo) (2010), Performa 15 NY (NY). He runs Khartoum Contemporary Art Center in Oslo together with Karin Erixon.