Al Hai: DSF Lighting District

“Al Hai” light gallery at Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard at Downtown Dubai – in Dubai, UAE. The “Lighting District” presents traditional Emirati neighbourhood.

Light installations are the part of  Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) and are created by the artists (Emirati and UAE-based): Raghad Al Ali, Fatima Alawadhi, Eman Al Rahma, Rowdah Alsayegh, Ahmad Geaissa, Abdullah Khouri, Yara Manla.


Al Saha – the play space between Sikka.


Al Sikka – the network of alleys connecting houses in a traditional Emirati neighbourhood.


Al Majlis – a reception room in Emirati house.


Al Hewee – a traditional courtyard of an Emirati household.


Al Baqala – the neighbourhood convenience store.


Al Masjid – the Mosque.

January 18, 2021


See also:

Dubai Art: Chorus | Dandelions | Khalvat – Privacy | Colorful “ZOO” | Colorful “ZOO” II | Love Me | OPERA | Reflections of Dubai | Reopening | TogetherWild Kong

Dubai Festive | Dubai Festive at night


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