Nadia Kaabi-Linke

Portret Nadia Kaabi Linke

Nadia Kaabi-Linke (b. 1978, Tunis, TN) was introduced to diverse cultures during her stays in Tunis, Kiev, Dubai, Paris and Berlin. Unsurprisingly, therefore, her artistry is strongly influenced by her pluralistic view of the world. The artist mainly engages in artistic projects in specific locations and seeks to connect to the political, economic or socio-cultural context. By applying various media, symbols and codes, Nadia Kaabi-Linke explores mainly socio-psychological themes, such as perception, memory and the formation of identity. The image of disturbing contradictions always leaves a deep impression. In a visually powerful way, the artist manages to straddle both beauty and violence, refinement and brutality, as well as the sublime and the vulgar. Although Nadia Kaabi-Linke does not allow herself to be confined to a fixed form of expression, her artistic practice is driven by an unwavering interest in people as carriers of culture.

Inner Circle

A bench covered in shiny pins, makes it impossible to meet.

Nadia Kaabi Linke Inner Circle Triennale Brugge 2021 Stad Brugge Matthias Desmet