ARTïTSAn internationnal Printmaking4change project by women artists
Salama Nasib – UK
Salama Nasib holds a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Art from Zayed University. She has exhibited at local and international venues, including Tashkeel and Emirates Palace, as well as at The Meridian International Centre in Washington DC, and The Kunstquartier Bethanien in Berlin. Nasib has established herself as a successful emerging Emirati artist specialized in printmaking. She has been part of the inaugural batch of the Salama Emerging Artist fellowship, provided by the Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation and in collaboration with Rhode Island School of Design. In addition, Nasib has been the guest artist of Past Forward: Exhibitions from the UAE, hosted in East Lansing (Michigan) in USA, as the fifth destination of the touring exhibition. Nasib also worked as a Studio Coordinator at Tashkeel where she stayed abreast of the latest Emirati art trends while managing seven studios, organising artistic and collaborative workshops, and co-curating upcoming exhibitions. Nasib is currently completing her MA in Print at the Royal College of Art in London, UK.
« From the sun to be the moon »
As we all have different characters and personalities, our tits are naturally unique as well. There are big tits, small tits, round tits, slender tits, asymmetrical tits, hairy tits, and so on. The list can go on with all the issues that women face with their breasts, however, this uniqueness in the shape and form of our breasts should be embraced and celebrated. After all, that’s part of being a female – a strong and beautiful female! The moon and the sun are symbolics to the tits. Each of the moon and the sun are vital in our lives as they complete each other rather than compete. Similarily each one of our tits is completing the other with its unique form and shape. Of course as the owners of our tits we can pick our favourite side but then hey, not everyone likes the moon more than the sun right?