No Logic Memory
Based on photographs of Sabra & Shatila massacre, 1982
The work attempts to explore muddled images of memory as a result of collective trauma. The impact of trauma occupies our memory in a complex manner that reveals itself in blurry images, collectively forming the unspoken. According to galaxy logic, summoned elements – such as images, songs, poems etc. – form the luminous dots circulating in the black hole orbit. As we attempt to lock fading images from the past for fear that it may dissolve, An image becomes a luminous dot connected in relation to other dots, collectively revealing the black hole. In other words, collectively revealing the unspoken or the unstated. Tony Seker
Dalia Boukhari was born in 1986 in Kuwait. Having grown up among artists, Dalia began drawing and painting from an early age. She received her education in Graphic Design in Ramallah 2006, Palestine. As a designer Dalia’s practice began in 2004 and has since stretched across the world of design from product design to advertising and to printed matter. She also works with the media of painting and video, exploring both to develop her own visual grammar. Dalia obtained her bachelor degree in contemporary visual art in 2018 from the International Art Academy of Palestine in Ramallah where she lives and works.