Rasha Amin is an Egyptian multidisciplinary artist based in Rome where she established her art studio in the year of 2021,
“Practicing Art has always been something that has brought balance to my life, it makes me feel empowered and fulfilled”. Amin says
At the moment, she is pursuing a Master in Art and Culture Management in Rome in order to collaborate in the future with cultural associations & foundations that focus on issues in the Middle East region, as she believes that collective efforts have a more significant impact, and sharing information and resources about the cultural, social, and political dynamics of the Middle East can be a powerful tool for dispelling stereotypes and fostering understanding.
Amin continues saying: “There is a sense of responsibility (as a woman from the Middle East especially in a country like Egypt) to speak up about her experiences, perspectives, and concerns, especially where there are challenges and conflicts in the region.“
“Most of the time, I keep thinking about how I can use my voice and contribute to the world by using my tools as a visual artist, to be heard, to be seen, to make even a little difference, and to be part of it”.
The artist, decided to share her stories, personal experiences, struggles, successes, and a narrative that could impact the world by creating understanding and empathy from different perceptions and backgrounds.
The goal is to engage in open and constructive dialogues with people from different backgrounds. Building bridges and fostering understanding can lead to positive change, Amin says.
At the moment she is presenting an exhibition in the city of Rome, mixed-media paintings and experimental video art named “The Land”.
The exhibition will present some narrative of the artist’s vision that focuses on events in the world, specifically in the Middle East. The Artist Rasha claims that:
“The definition of land can be limited. It’s not just a physical place or a solid part of the surface of the Earth but a concept that encompasses a sense of belonging, safety, and familiarity”
The meaning of “land or homeland” is complex for any of us. It often carries emotional, social, and cultural dimensions and holds a deep attachment to our roots, culture, heritage, and language.
Loss of a physical and emotional anchor can lead to a profound sense of displacement, isolation, and the feeling of not belonging anywhere. It can also contribute to a sense of identity crisis.
The relationship between land and human beings requires an integrated approach that considers ecological, social, and economic factors. By fostering a sustainable and harmonious relationship with the land, we can contribute to the conservation of the environment and the well-being of communities for generations to come.
Amin has found an intersection point among Interdisciplinary arts among paintings, drawings, photography, video art, and graphic design and She has been developed her visual and conceptual vocabulary.
Her works are been Exhibited in London, Madrid, Amsterdam, Paris, Istanbul, Rome, Cairo, Doha, Kuwait, and Stockholm.
You can check her works on: www.rashaamin.com or through her social media platforms Visual Artist Rasha Amin.