The stranger in me is : A STRANGER TO YOU, NOT TO ME
War approaches and my people scatter worldwide, two powerful symbols remain with me: the memory of the Greatest Starling Bluebird and the Nile River from my homeland, Sudan. The bluebird embodies hope for the future, while the timeless Nile has borne witness to our history, including the tragic Khartoum massacre on June 3, 2019, when the
Sudanese revolution lost its innocence and countless youths were ruthlessly lost and discarded into its waters. This dark chapter turned blue into a symbol of solidarity, representing the lingering sorrow in my heart. The Nile, forever carrying the memory of those lost souls who couldn’t be properly laid to rest, stands as a silent testament to the world’s cruelty.
I’m an art explorer in all its forms. I am certain that art threads souls across time and space, offering salvation to embrace. I am an eternal wanderer, and each step becomes a leap into the vast unknown within the realm of dreams and imagination.