💚💚💚 Glad to be participant of #TASHWEESH from 8th to 12th November 2018 in #Cairo #Egypt Great encounters and conversations in Art And Feminism. “Zofff, rsssshhhh, tschh, wssshhh, tashshshsweeshh! If we think of feminism today, we hear a multiplicity of sounds. How can we shake up the stereotypes on women, women representation and gender on both sides of the #Mediterranean? […]Read More “TASHWEESH” Cairo, Egypt!
Happy to be part of this Exhibition in City Prilep in Republic of Macedonia! All The Best For Organizer/Artist/Curator Jasmina Runevska and all the participants Artists! STAY TUNED! “This Friday, October 19th at 6 pm, in the Depot, the hall and gallery Ace at the NUCC “Marko Cepenkov” Prilep will open the exhibition “DLUP NOW […]Read More “DLUP NOW / ДЛУП совреме(н)” Exhibition In Macedonia!
* ONGOING * EN COURS * CHECK THIS ON INSTAGRAM TOO ! HTTPS://WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/UNKNOW_TERRITORIES/ “ TERRITORIALITY IS A TERM ASSOCIATED WITH NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION THAT REFERS TO HOW PEOPLE USE SPACE TO COMMUNICATE OWNERSHIP/OCCUPANCY OF AREAS AND POSSESSIONS (…) TERRITORIALITY CAN ALSO BE ASSOCIATED WITH STATES OR NATIONS. GOVERNMENT AND SOCIAL IDEAS ARE ALSO ASSOCIATED WITH TERRITORIALITY. A […]Read More “UNKNOWN TERRITORIES – SENSE OF SELF”
“View Of Paved Land” Experimental Poem By Mo Maria published in English and Arabic – Twined with a text by Artist Phyllida Barlow – Thanks to Art Collective from Egypt Nile Sunset Annex / ملحق غروب على النيل/NSA! Click on the glossary/pink triangle (middle top) at : http://mophradat.orgRead More !NEWS!”View Of Paved Land” published in English and Arabic!
“Recording Movement3” New Art Video By MO MARIA ART March 2018. Stay tuned!Read More “Recording Movement3”
Photography ( Serie of 5 ) : Train , a transport system that does not exist in present time in Lebanon where I live the majority of time , it is also addressing the link between human bodies relationship and body gestures in link with machines as a codependency , as other examples human bodies […]Read More “Recording Movement (4)”
“Metaxy (Greek: μεταξύ) is defined in Plato’s Symposium via the character of the priestess Diotima as the “in-between” or “middle ground”. Diotima, tutoring Socrates, uses the term to show how oral tradition can be perceived by different people in different ways. In the poem by Socrates she depicts Eros as not an extreme or purity; rather, […]Read More Contemplation on “Metaxy”
From ONGOING Serie of Collages by Mo Maria , “Malevich’s 8 Rectangles-Ganymede” -Ganymede myth “One source of the myth says that Zeus fell in love with Ganymede when he spotted him herding his flock on Mount Ida. Zeus then came down in the form of an eagle or sent an eagle to carry Ganymede […]Read More Collage, Malevich’s 8 Rectangles-Ganymede