In her works, Moroccan artist Fatiha Zemmouri is deeply concerned with the exploration of materials, ranging from coal, charred wood to ceramic and porcelain. This focus on materiality offers a visual representation of the various phases of human mutation and the cycle of life. The symbolism of material allows Zemmouri to examine universal concerns related to humanity, to the tragedy inherent to existence and questions related to man’s finitude. Fatiha Zemmouri has been exhibited extensively both in Morocco and abroad. Recent exhibitions include Chant d’état transitoire, La Galerie 38, Casablanca (2017); Vibrations, Artspace Gallery, Dubai (2016) and Elémenterre, Institut Français de Casablanca (2011).