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Kuwaiti sand, light painter illustrates pride in Gulf heritage at Expo Dubai

Sulaiman Al-Enezi depicts Abu Dhabi, Dubai rulers in sand art

Kuwaiti sand, light painter illustrates pride in Gulf heritage at Expo Dubai


(See Translation in Arabic Section)

DUBAI-- Through use of sand and light to the sound of music, Kuwaiti Sulaiman Al-Enezi portrayed images of great accomplishments and patriotism in the Gulf Arab region at his country's pavilion one week into Expo 2020 Dubai on Thursday.

An interactive sand painting delivered by the artist to attending crowds depicted the developments leading up to the launch of Hope Probe, an ongoing United Arab Emirates-backed exploration mission of Mars - the first of its kind in the Arab region.

Commenting on the artwork, he said the space mission is a "source of pride for the UAE and other Gulf Arab states." The Kuwaiti artist has been an avid sand painter since childhood but recently got into lightpainting, albeit with a twist, as his works come in an interactive, ever-changing format.


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