The western desert:
A living sculpture.
A paper installation, that reveals the western desert as a true living sculpture. The purpose of the installation, is to bring closer not only the feeling of the western desert, but the concept of how the desert is being shaped by different elements; wind, erosion and plate tectonics. It gives an insight into why the desert is so much more than just an “empty desolated space” as dictionaries describe it. The desert has a soul, it is alive. It is in constant movement and change. Guided by a book with background information about important geological factors and pictures of my journeys.
Supervised by Ahmad Saqfalhait
Exhibition photography credits: Photo 1,2,4 by Dominic Mauri
and photo 3,5 by Ramy Radwan
Project photography credits: Safeya Fawzy
Bachelor Project | GUC German University Cairo | 2016