“It’s about a new urbanization plan in Cairo in 2050,” says the gallery’s Sveva D’Antonio of Husni-Bey’s piece, White Paper: the land (2014; €28,000). The work consists of a video that screens beneath a maquette of a future metropole and takes up much of the booth. “The government is trying to change Cairo into a big metropolis like Paris or Dubai, but they are destroying the ancient neighborhoods of the city,” D’Antonio added. Curious as to what will become of the farmers and fishermen displaced in the process, the 30-year-old artist went straight to the source, asking those who would be displaced to edit the masterplan. As visitors to the rising Modica-based gallery’s LISTE stand will soon notice, they did away with the skyscrapers and added small houses, hospitals, and social centers in their place.