Kashkoul Artists:

Reem Furjani
is a researcher on critical heritage studies and cultural governance and civil society. Holding Honours Masters and BArch degrees (RIBA) in Architecture and a commenced PhD, her interests lie in the intersections between critical sociology, philosophy, and space; discussing identity, performative narration, and communal interpretations of heritage value in cultural practices.

Malak El Guel is a Libyan multidisciplinary artist. Currently taking part in the Salama Bint Hamdan emerging artists fellowship. Through her work malak is examining the social and political changes in the Mena region, specifically her home country. With a focus on time, as both a measure of change, an invisible vessel for documentation and as a medium.

Mohammed Fituri is passionate about mixing the art and the practices of art using different mediums to reflect on the cultural behavioral sets. questioning the past and present events. with an aim to promote the art scene. locally and internationally by making interactive mediums with people regarding selective topics under cultures and behaviors with adding the contemporary sense to it.

Blqees Zuhair is an artist influenced by her architectural studies, with a keen interest in photography, her work captures the social and political themes through the lens of everyday life, as a way to find an alternative interpretation of her surroundings, trace, space, identity, are some of the key fragments that gravitate around her artistic practice.

Curatorial team: Tewa Barnosa & Blqees Zuhair

  1. Alla Elfalla
  2. Alla Budabbus‭ ‬
  3. Fariha Abdulaziz‭
  4. Hala lejhani
  5. Hind benhaliem‭
  6. Hamida Belghasem
  7. Reem Haghegh‭
  8. Mayson habib‭
  9. Mohammed Elfituri‭
  10. Mohammed Almajdoob
  11. Mohtawajiya‭
  12. Sarah Bougsiaa‭   ‬
  13. Samah Alshekh‭
  14. Salsabil Alhassadi

Web design: Tewa Barnosa
Kashkoul cover: Muhammad Bugshata
Texts: Tewa Barnosa, edited by Najwa Ahmed

This Kashkoul edition is partially supported by Goethe-Institute Tunisie in the framework of KulturAkademie Libya.

The project took place remotely, virtually and between Tripoli, Berlin, Prague and Sharjah.