The Earth Would Die If The Sun Stopped Kissing Her, offers a tapestry of interwoven tales that investigate the evidence of human presence, our connections and sources, the relationship between nature and humanity, and the realization of the future.
Throughout the project's one-month duration, I engaged in a contemplative examination of my surroundings in Oman, oscillating between private interior spaces and the ordinariness of the everyday. My artistic practice draws from my daily drives within and beyond the city, and it reveals the presence of absence, and the convergence of man and nature.
The works highlight the human connection to the earth, celebrate individuality, connections, and flaws, and delve into overarching themes of separation and death. I also explore the possibility of life beyond our planet, searching for a higher power.
Within this carefully curated collection, I pay homage to the individuals I encounter - a diverse tapestry of artists, friends, and strangers - capturing their unique beauty and singular stories.
The Earth Would Die If The Sun Stopped Kissing Her, a collection of 100 images, is thus an explorative and instinctive project that documents like a diary my daily intimate experiences and pays tribute to the land on which I live.