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Hanane El Ouardani’s work is often inspired by notions of representation and home, as well as stereotypes and societal status. She aims to create subjective documentary projects that arise from smaller, personal narratives, which in turn reflect bigger stories about the convergence of cultures. An important theme in El Ouardani’s practice is her own reclamation of home. Each image seems to ask: is this me? This seeking is also visible in the subjects that fill her work, as the displacement of diasporic identity is also experienced in the collective consciousness of a postcolonial society.

Background
Hanane El Ouardani (1994) is an artist and photographer based in Amsterdam. She holds a BA in Photography and Design from the Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Hague. She exhibited her work at Paris Photo, France, Foto Tallinn, Estonia, Art Rotterdam 2020, and Unseen, Amsterdam. In 2018 she published The Skies are Blue, The Walls are Red.


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Hanane El Ouardani - The Skies are Blue, The Walls are Red - 2018

Hanane el Ouardani – The Skies are Blue, The Walls are Red (2018)

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