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Mo, 2022 by Eman Ali

"Mo," a captivating piece, forms part of Eman Ali's new series, "The Earth Would Die If The Sun Stopped Kissing Her," which weaves together narratives of human presence, interconnectedness, the symbiotic relationship between nature and mankind, and the manifestation of the future. Over the course of a month, Eman Ali embarks on a profound meditation, delving into her surroundings in Oman and navigating the delicate balance between intimate interior spaces and the enchantment found in the ordinary. Drawing inspiration from her car journeys both within and outside the city, she discovers the essence that lingers in absence and the harmonious coexistence of humanity and the natural world. Through her keen observations, she unveils the profound human connection to the land, celebrates individuality, nurtures bonds, and embraces imperfections, all while exploring underlying themes of separation and mortality. Moreover, she contemplates the possibilities of life beyond Earth, venturing into the realm of higher powers. Eman Ali's artistic selection features a captivating gallery of individuals from the region—artists, friends, and serendipitous strangers—who have crossed her path, each captured and celebrated for their inherent beauty and distinctive qualities. "The Earth Would Die If The Sun Stopped Kissing Her" serves as an audacious and instinctive project, akin to a heartfelt diary that meticulously documents the artist's daily, intimate experiences. It stands as a poignant tribute to the land she calls home, reverently acknowledging its profound influence on her artistic expression.

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