Dying Planet is a solo exhibition of illustrations and paintings about climate anxiety and existential dread by illustrator, designer and visual artist, ‘iella’ (Daniela Attard) a body of illustration work and paintings focusing on climate anxiety and existential dread.
"She elicited conflicting feelings from those closest to her, but everyone who knew Katya Saunders agrees on onepoint – she was a woman who lived her own truth, no matter what. Now, just over three years after her passing, we celebrate Katya's life with an exhibition that highlights the different facets of one of the first transgender women who broke boundaries in terms of sexual diversity and inclusion in Malta.
INSULAR is a photographic project that focuses on the everyday life and destiny of young men from the African diaspora, recently settled on the island of Malta. Offering a sensitive portrait of this new community, the weaving of portraits, landscapes and still lives sets a poetical narration that attempts to create a sense of belonging; the semblance of a home in the making between here and there.
The project is an introspective visual art exhibition by Clint Calleja, consisting of paintings, sculptures, photography and installations revolving around the theme of ‘Trauma and Memory’. The artworks will be unfolding through autobiographical recollections that remain imprinted in his memory. Unfortunately, most of these are of a traumatic nature.
The time awaited by everyone has come and Spazju Kreattiv, together with Festivals Malta, will once again be doning the carnival colours and will be organising a number of activities in its surroundings. The programme will include an exhibition of carnival costumes as well as the mischievous Qarċilla that has come back to life in recent years.
In an age of advanced climate crises, the earth should be read as if it were a script that needs to be interpreted. This links to traditional knowledge, shifts in perspectives and norms and raises the question: What if we pluralised our ideas about the world and acknowledged that the current understanding of the future that has dominated the world for centuries simply leads to a dead(ly) end?