Yassin Agrbi: Artwork

Site: Palais Kheireddine (Garden) “This place is part of his memory.” Curious to know more about the place that once was a school where his father studied at it, Yassine’s work is exhibited at the outdoor place near Palais Kheireddine. Showing his work in a very special uncommon place in the Medina, the Tunisian-based artist […]

Martina Dal Brollo: Polarized View

Site: Kishlet El Attarine Martina’s Polarized View artwork highlights plastic pollution by using locally collected plastic waste to create a visual composition. As a base, in the artwork, there’s a platform that rotates thanks to the Arduino, on which plastic waste is placed. At the bottom, we have a light source and at the top, […]

Hamza Chakroun: Eternal Tree

Site: Bir Lahjar Open green spaces within the Medina were what the artist Hamza Chakroun sought out as an escape from the fast-paced life of the downtown and the stress it causes, and so the scarcity of such areas became an inspiration for the artist. In his artwork, Eternal Tree, the artist created a virtual […]

Zaid Abueisa: Artwork

Site: Dar Ya Zaid’s artwork is based on Fractals that reproduce themselves following algorithms that were inspired by the way trees create and grow leaves. Specifically how these leaves are built through pattern creation and repetition. On a white wall by a hanging tree on the rooftop of Dar Ya, Zaid’s artwork will be exhibited […]

Yazan Mesmar: Is It Worth it?

Site: Palais Kheireddine “Through my journey in research, the most fascinating fact that captured me is that the average rate of energy capture by photosynthesis globally is approximately 130 terawatt, which is about eight times the current power consumption of human civilization.” Yazan’s work is a social commentary on human consumption and its impact on […]

Wafa Lazhari: From A State To Another

Site: Nahj El Maktaa written by Sarah-Lea Langner, published on 20th August 2022 THE IDEA – Inspiration of photosynthesis Wafa takes us on a journey to the phenomenon of changing nature. She shows us the incredible changes through evolution and helps us understand the power of nature that matter changes “From A State to Another”, […]

Syrine Eloued: Artwork

Site: Dar Ben Achour Syrine Eloued’s artwork is a green and luminous installation that revisits memory and illuminates the faces, those of the artist’s former friends and classmates, whom she hadn’t seen for 10 years. The memories of when she was a student at Sadiki High School and the visits to Dar Ben Achour/ Library […]

Snow Sheng Jie: Copper Hunters

Site: Kishlet El Attarine “The sustainable way of preserving old copper resonates with me. Usually, things are forgotten on a shelf, but copper is still used by generations,” says Snow. Snow Sheng Jie has developed a project on projection and reflection through a process of experimentation with surfaces and light sources. Throughout Interference and its […]

Shatha Khalifeh: Glory Morning

Site: Dar Ben Achour Over the last few weeks, Shatha khalifeh has been collecting natural materials such as flowers and roots in her homeland Jordan. She then experimented with how best to display these materials. The collection was put into small molds filled with epoxy resin. In some cases, fluorescent color was added to the […]

Lucija Klauž: Reflection Synonyms

SITE Dar Ben Achour The video installation of Slovenian artist Lucija Klauž deals with the transformation of nature’s images through cultures, regions, and media. In her conceptual works, she often analyzes cultural techniques and media theory using translation and repetition. In this work, she refers also to biology and gazes at nature. The process of […]

Effet Mère: Stomata Dream

Site: Kishlet El Morjeni You will see a bunch of stomata dancing and engaging in a specific dynamic on Kichlet El Morjeni architecture and what you’re seeing is a result of data visualization, the data Effet Mère found on how the gases and the elements flow during the process of photosynthesis inside the leaves of […]

Dora Hichri: Receiving energy / Diffusing atoms

Site: Kishlet El Attarine The researcher and teacher in aesthetics and visual artwork was put together after a series of questions and experiments, starting from science and questioning if plants could feel, several wanderings between the greens of her hometown Sousse, a visit to her father’s laboratory to the final microscopic images. Experimenting with analog […]

Cargo Gang Gang: Performance

Site: Midhet El Soltane Cargo Gang Gang gathered all their experiences in the Medina of Tunis and their perception of Midhet El Soltane to create a new immersive world of the moment, separating you from the outside world and connecting you to them through the original music they created just for the performance, the varied […]

Camila Mejia: Unresting tiles / Geometry Off

Site: Palais Kheireddine Nothing stays still, even in nature. “My piece creates a moving mural that combines the architecture of traditional Tunisian ceramic tile wall with the use of a lens. Merging this media allows me to explore hidden and colourful microscopic landscapes of the inner photosynthesis mechanisms. I designed a visual tool that allows […]

Anne Fie Salverda: Blooming life spectrum

Site: Kishlet El Attarine As a visual artist, Anne Fie is constantly inspired by nature and its presence around her. In fact, her approach for this work relies mainly on the fact that around 50%-80% of the oxygen production through photosynthesis comes from the ocean. As the sun penetrates the top layer of the water, […]

Sarah Steger „Save Me From Safety“

Site: Kishlet El Attarine Written by Cyrine Ghrissi. Published on 10th August 2022  Nature is primordial for human existence, it provides us with food to eat, air to breathe, and water to irrigate and drink. Thus, in order to survive and thrive, the Human species depends implicitly on the natural world around us. Nevertheless, in […]

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