by Charlene Galea

Part of a series composed as well of a performance called ‘Taqtir’, capturing the unpredictable nature, fluidity, transparency of water and its movement. The word TAQTIR (dripping) evokes this sensation of the ephemeral, or the lack of it, that embodies water.

  • Photograph on Matt Fine Art Paper
  • Limited edition of 10
  • 45 cm by 30 cm artwork size
  • 62.5 cm by 47.5 cm framed


Charlene Galea is a multIdisciplinary artist whose body is both her canvas and subject of research. Her work stems from her curiosity about the world and the contrasts between online identity and physical experiences, narrated mostly through performance where she has several identities in which she performs. whilst being sensitive to space and sound. These two elements often fuel her to move and tell stories.

Memories of lived experiences and contemporary digital tales alike are her sources of inspiration. The effect of the media and fake news, space and the environment on human relations and communication are all bound together in her story-telling/


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