Set photographically in Amman and linguistically in Dubai, Retrospective Thoughts is a project that aims to translate words into photographs, and relate photographs to words.
- Le Ali Dei Sogni, 2004
- In Attesa Del Volo, 2005
Getting a Fix
Underwater Ink Photos by Mark Mawson
At a time where an army kills the very same people it swore to protect, and expressing views of freedom is condemned, Jaber Al Azmeh broke the barrier of fear and silence through his photography.
I am a detail-oriented person. Upon meeting someone, I take note of their physique and gestures; how they shake hands, how often they blink, how they hold their cigarette if they smoke, how they articulate letters, if they crack their knuckles or not, if they shake their legs while sitting or not, do they lift their glasses from the middle or the side, and so many other details. (read more)
There’s something to be said about having that power to look at one’s image through others and accept their view as facts to live with. What if, though, we turn the camera at ourselves and snap that picture? What if that picture is not what we once presumed ourselves to be for ever so long? (click on link for the rest of the post)
ألما عنتبلي - إعلامية
Alma Mustafa Intabli