Muhammad Salah Abdulaziz
Arab Documentary Photography Program
Muhammad Salah is a Sudanese photographer based in Khartoum, Sudan. Photography enabled him to use two languages, the first expressive and the second critical. It gave him the ability to have a present look at the past, to bring the dead memories back to life. His use photography has developed a critical focus on social, political, and cultural issues. He uses the medium as a form of self-reflection to identify the hidden qualities of his own character. He is practicing photography as a therapy, a personal form of rehabilitation, to express feelings, thoughts, emotions, and even remember important incidents that are otherwise difficult to explain in words. Photography allows him to see more deeply and pay more attention to what he hear, feel, think, and see. He learned to ask questions; these questions will often enlighten him about particular things he used to be worried or confused with.
2016 - Arab Documentary Photography Program
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