Nassim Azarzar

Nassim Azarzar (1989, France) is an artist who investigates visual and popular representations within the Moroccan context, exploring various forms, occurrences, and means of representation. He has recently developed a project titled “Bonne route”, which delves into the decorative practices of trucks transporting goods across Moroccan cities. This research has led to the creation of his own visual language, reflecting the complexity of defining his identity as a person born in France to Moroccan parents. Nassim’s aesthetic exploration revolves around decorative arts, painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic design, and experimental cinema.

Before joining QANAT (a collective of artists and researchers exploring the political and poetic dimensions of water) in 2019, Azarzar co-founded and initiated multiple creative endeavors, among them: Atelier Superplus (@atelier_superplus), a design studio operating between Paris, Bristol, and Tangier in 2014; Think Tanger (@thinktanger), a platform dedicated to the exploration of the city of Tangier and its extensions at the urban and visual levels in 2016; and Atelier Kissaria (@ in 2017 focused on experimental printing practices.
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