Oman-based artist Mohammed Abd Elhadi’s works try to unlock the mystery of our double lives. We all have an alter ego; a side that we rarely reflect to others. It is a corruption of our true selves, one that we struggle to deal with and sometimes seek redemption from. Its very existence obliterates the notion of a fixed identity, blurring the lines between what is real and unreal. Ambiguous to us, this conflict-ridden imagery though is no stranger to the art world.
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