Yasmine Belhassen (*1988 in Tunis, lives and works in Athens) After graduating in language studies it is through analogue photography that she develops a growing interest for images. With her sensitive eye she explores poetic situations within the surrounding landscape and captures them on celluloid. Her experimental use of the technique, in addition to the unusual way she plays with colour, creates a harmonious fusion of different images.
WALID BEN GHEZALA
Walid Ben Ghezala (*1991 in Tunis, lives and works in Tunis) After studying film, he obtained an applied degree in film editing at the École Supérieure d’Architecture, d’Audiovisuel et de Design in Tunis. Parallel to his work as a photo and video artist, he is a writer of prose texts. In December 2019, he presented his first solo, “Chambre(s) Noire(s)” at La Boîte in Tunis.
Souheila Ghorbel (*1992 in Tunis, lives and works in Tunis) When she was growing up, Souheila Ghorbel had many varied career ambitions. She earned a degree in civil engineering but eventually her path led to the arts, culture and heritage sector via working for cultural organisations. Her vivid photographic works explore her position within the world she lives in. They speak of the artist’s desire to explore nostalgia and a longing to be, do and see things as she did in the past; in other words, to capture a reality that no longer exists, but may once have existed.