Souki Belghiti was born in Morocco to a Moroccan father and a French mother.
Often immersed in worlds that everything opposed, it is the urgency to reconcile the apparent oppositions that founds her artistic practice. Like a path towards that point where the scent of roses would not be thorny.
She uses photography and video installations, the “impure” arts of our time, at the confluence of all the others, often used as propaganda tools. She uses them to make plural voices converse, and likes to work in layers to make the evanescence of time perceptible.
For her, art allows us to symbolically transmute our ancestral memories. To become present again to the sensitive. Illuminating the shadow, the only way to the light.
Her work has been shown in Morocco, in festivals and in the USA.