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Malak I, 2022 by Eman Ali

Eman Ali's latest series, titled "The Earth Would Die If The Sun Stopped Kissing Her," weaves together various narratives that explore the proof of human presence, connections between people and nature, and the potential for the future. Through this month-long meditation, the artist reflects on her surroundings in Oman, capturing both intimate interior settings and the beauty found in everyday life. Drawing inspiration from her car journeys in and out of the city, Eman Ali discovers the presence within absence and the harmonious coexistence of humans and nature. Within this series, Eman Ali contemplates the human connection to the land, celebrates individuality, bonds, and imperfections, and delves into underlying themes of separation and mortality. Additionally, she ponders the possibility of life beyond Earth, aspiring to find a higher power. Through her carefully selected subjects, including artists, friends, and strangers she encounters along her path, Eman Ali presents a gallery of individuals from the region, capturing and celebrating their unique beauty. "The Earth Would Die If The Sun Stopped Kissing Her" serves as an instinctive and explorative project, akin to a diary that documents the artist's daily and intimate experiences. It also pays homage to the land that she calls home, showcasing its significance in her artistic expression.

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