LAND OF TOMORROW
LAND OF TOMORROW
"Most of my work consists out of multiple layers of landscape photography. I work with analog filters such as kaleidoscope lenses, foil or transparent paper and use multiple exposure techniques. In my approach I create otherworldly ambiances exploring the dissolution of concreteness, opening up new dimensions without earthly boundaries - experimenting with transformation, reproduction, deconstruction and reconstruction. All photos were shot in places that are already magical, such as the Altiplano of Bolivia, Las Coloradas in Yucatan (Mexico) or the rainforest in Bali. I exaggerate the inherent beauty of these places via post-processing."-Navina Khatib
Navina Khatib is a visual artist & filmmaker based in Berlin and Andalucía (Spain). Navina’s work consists of multiple layers of landscape photography, where she plays with light and colors to create her very own rendition of these abstract landscapes. The result is dreamlike and almost therapeutic. 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, Bali, Andalucía, Canary Islands, Mexico and Austria. The series "Colors of Salt“ is her colorful interpretation of Uyuni & the Altiplano of Bolivia. Her works have been featured in Lonely Planet, Affinity, Atlas Obscura, Caters News, Frankie, Fisheye Magazine, Artsy& Featureshoot, and she is collaborating with the renowned art gallery Artstar (New York).
by Navina Khatib
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