Under the smoke of the uprising in Sudan, December 2019. Social change becomes a widespread phenomenon that cannot be mistaken.
Moved by the quintessential momentum myself, I begin to stumble upon questions of authority and domination. Stumble and stop, to contemplate my political crisis being incubated inside the society’s most fundamental unit.
“Family, the reframed conscious” in the most basic form, is my contribution to my family’s photography archives. And/or the transformation of our glorified heritage of hierarchy and stringency, into power and presence.
From photographs, archives, and other media. This project is a synthesis of family situations that follows power dynamics, wanders throughout the generational gap, and perhaps creates an approximation between our different memories and our shared experience.
The ongoing creative process of this project happens simultaneously with direct actions of confrontation and responsibility within the family environment. Which I consider as reasonable ramifications of our social movement towards change and liberation.