Brooklyn-based artist Dina Nur Satti elevates the rituals of everyday life through ceramics. Her collection of vessels draws on her Somali and Sudanese heritage— along with her educational background in pre-colonial African art. Situated between utility and ceremony, these objects center on cultural storytelling and communal gathering. Each piece is representative of traditional symbols and shapes found in Nubian culture. As Satti brings modernity to an ancient craft, she embraces ceramic-making as a catalyst for personal discovery and collective memory.