Navina Khatib is a visual artist, filmmaker & teacher based in Berlin and Andalucía. She is currently working in the field of abstract landscape photography. In her approach she creates otherworldly ambiences exploring the dissolution of concreteness, opening up new dimensions without earthly boundaries - experimenting with transformation, reproduction, deconstruction and reconstruction. Navina works mainly with analogue filters such as kaleidoscope lenses, foil or transparent paper and uses various layers and multiple exposure techniques. Most of her work was shot in South America, the Canary Islands, Mexico, Bali and Austria. The series "Colors of Salt" is her colorful interpretation of the Altiplano of Bolivia. Her works were featured in Lonely Planet, Atlas Obscura, Caters News, Lost at E Minor, Featureshoot & Tuchong (China) and she is working together with renowned agencies in New York and Singapore.