Tag Archives: Malika Sqalli
Yellow has become a trademark colour ( just in case you didn’t notice), it has become a part of my identity ( or it may have been for a while, unconsciously) The same way the project Latitude 34 took over … Continue reading
This is a time of year stillness isn’t a very appropriate. Frenzy is more appropriate especially in Europe and US. Yet there is something to be said for stillness, and not only on those time. Solitude, stillness, silence: in urban environments … Continue reading
In July 2013 Sharq Gallery in Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles showcasted a selection of Latitude 34. I want to thank Nahid Massoud and Robert Rosenstone for opening the doors of their gallery and offering me the opportunity to share … Continue reading
Words in the air, on the tongue, are like clouds in the sky. Fluffy, dark, soft, fast or slow and immobile, silent, thundery, shouted , murmured, laughed. I love words and I love clouds. “A special kind of beauty exists which … Continue reading
For those in NZ, there was an article in the Northalnd Age earlier this month!
A double whammy of a sunrise and 200km further a sunset! Probably makes up for lack of them during the whole trip