Born in Varna to a Bulgarian mother and Algerian father, I was raised between France and the UK, and now based in Amsterdam

My work looks to document and explore spirituality, ritual practices and their connection to the natural world. I often balance symbolism and cycles within nature. Dhirk (the Islamic concept of remembrance) is a central theme within my practice. Threading itself across a range of mediums including painting, moving image, clay work and bookmaking.

For commissions, workshop requests or
to share rock/soil samples : 

2023 ذاكرة الماء  Water has memory, Le Jardin Secret, Marrakesh, Morocco
2019 リマインダー Reminders, Tenjinayam, Artist Studio, Sapporo Japan
2016 Appropriating Appropriation, London UK
2015 MEGHRAOUA, Brixton East, London UK

2023 Harvest Festival Marrakech, Morocco
2022 Mutul Empathy, Ai mi Tagi , White Conduit Projects, London
2021 East-East Vol.4: The Curio Shop, Part Three BLOCK HOUSE B1F, Tokyo Japan
2021 East-East Vol.4: The Curio Shop, Part Two, ILY Art Hours, Tokyo Japan
2021 East-East Vol.4: The Curio Shop, Part One HB.Nezu, Tokyo Japan
2021 When Was The Last Time You Saw The Sea, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo Japan
2018 Pressure Makes Diamonds, Rich Mix, London UK
2018 Neither Here Nor There, The Foundry, London UK
2018 A River Flowing, East of West, Santa Fe US
2017 North African Pop Art, P21 gallery, London UK
2017 Nasty Woman, Laconia Gallery, Boston US
2017 The Salon, The Peabody Essex Museum, Boston US
2017 Hammam Tomorrow, Sikka Art Fair, Dubai UAE
2017 Folkloric Hybrids, Anti gallery, Boston US
2016 No Shade, Hardware Studio, LA US
2016 Arab Women Artists Now, Rich Mix, London UK
2014 The New Venus, Starving arts, London UK
2013 Re:Search Re:Think Re:Make, LCC UAL, London UK
2012 Revealed, LCA, Leeds, UK

2019 Tenjinayama Artist studio, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan

2019 Critical Contemplations: On Repair’, in response to the Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion,Southbank Center, London UK
2019 Muslim in the creative industry, Nike1948, London UK
2016 Cloud Communities and the Online Gallery’, Tate Modern, London