The artist Mo Baala, strong of its Berber origin and pastoral experience, have estabilished a strong relationship with a family of nomads living in typical Azibs build with stone and raw earth.[ Ã suivre ]
Working on the evocative force of the oral narrative, typical of Amazigh culture, Mo and the shepherd collaborated in the elaboration of a triple-copy book made up of words, poems and images. Baala continued her work in his studio in Marrakech by editing recordings and texts to make a sound work. The artist after making small stone sculptures, will return to Oukaïmeden to make a scupture workshop with the inhabitants, thanks to which it aims to create a microeconomy based on the sale of this artifacts during the ski season.