Love is a Feeling
Ghuloum’s improvisational processes are fluid and indirectly inform one another. She focuses on the ways in which one sees, feels, recalls, and absorbs an experience, then translates and transforms this into paintings. These works emerge from a slow buildup of the surface with stains of paint and sanding in between to preserve the previous layers. Patterns and shapes are manifested through these mercurial actions. This allows for the memory of the painting to be subtly visible, appearing and dissolving on a surface that breathes and remembers.