Artist Interview | Loupe Magazine

Karim Skalli’s recent photographic series, Third Space, visually explores his personal narrative whilst discussing wider themes around belonging and ethnicity. Through a Post-Colonial lens, Karim examines his Moroccan and British heritage to visually narrate the impact these two locations have had on his identity. He intuitively responds to his two family homes located in Hull and Fez; the photographs work alongside archival material and video stills to question the similarities and conflicts between the two cultures.


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writer & visual artist