‘Xlokk Kaħlani’ unfolds through an intensive documentative research project highlighting a life in Birżebbuġa experienced by the artist, Kamy Aquilina. The “camera”, being used as the main artistic tool, enables the artist to develop experimental works blending photography, light and sound installation, and alternative drawing approaches. These eventually lead to the experienced narrative being exhibited. Through this same personal approach, the artist is also interested in creating a dialogue with the viewers’ own experiences where tangible realities are continuously and rapidly being defined by the beauty and contrasting uglification of many other villages around the island. This project thus aims to resonate in its audience a multisensory experience curated by Carmen Aquilina, hosted at the Malta Society of Arts’ Palazzo de La Salle, and supported by Arts Council Malta.