Trips, both actual and religious, are the topic of a amazing new display by Dr. Mona Mohamed Al Baiti which started out at Lure Al Baranda on Weekend.
‘Migration towards Utopia’ is a selection of little canvases that come together in categories, somewhat like questions, and tell the tale of Al Baiti’s lifestyle, from the various nations she has known as house, to reminiscences of buddies and the inner serenity which she views the best position.
“For me paradise is having religious stability and pleasure,- Al Baiti said.
Finding her paradise has been a life-long voyage to many nations and with many encounters, all of which are demonstrated in her work. The canvases are mixed-media collages that incorporate color, parts of report with images and terms, and silver aluminum foil. From a range they look like richly-coloured abstract paintings, somewhat associate of charts, but upon nearer examination the terms, in many different dialects, and images become noticeable.
“Each term or image symbolizes a individual I’ve known in my lifestyle. Each item informs me of a individual and what position and what season I met them. It’s like a key for me to keep in mind my lifestyle,-
Al Baiti described.
Dark collections summarize the images and terms or areas of color, like roads and structures, or boundaries around nations. The collections not only signify actual departments, but also transcendental ones, the specialist described.
“The collections signify the bursts, the separating, the extreme conditions of all I experience. They are images and reminiscences and factors I have resided in everyday lifestyle, and factors I have experienced in my lifestyle,- said Al Baiti.
Al Baiti said though the work is abstract, it still symbolizes different locations. Though she is Omani, Al Baiti was blessed in Kuwait, went to school in Italy, and also resided in The country.
She has also has events or given talks in nations throughout European countries, the Center and the The.
“There are many journeys. It’s the mainly the nations that I have resided in, Italy, The country and Oman. But the relax are areas and areas I have frequented and the different societies that you can get within those nations,- Al Baiti said.
Malik Al Hinai, house of Lure Al Baranda, said it was amazing to demonstrate the perform of such a excellent Omani specialist, and especially one whose perform is exclusive.
“Mona Al Baiti is a older specialist who really knows her perform and is assured and it reveals. It’s exclusive, it shines and you can see the excellent.
“Hopefully this will motivate others,- said Al Hinai.
The display, which was started out by Hamed Hilal Al Maamary, undersecretary for the Secretary of state for History and Lifestyle, will dangle until May 20.