"She brings home the food now.
Our testicles are in danger."
“ In Syria you question yourself if you really feel "home" at home.
For me, home is whom you live with, not where do you live.”
. 45 x 60cm / 18 x 24” Edition. of 6 + 2 APs
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“I was afraid when it’s calm, they check who passed away and who is injured.. I felt safer when I listen to music”
The gap between me and my memories from Syria becomes bigger, i'm afraid of the blank.
“ In Lebanese society we are outsiders. We were not able to have the same privacy in Syria”
“For a moment I felt like we are talking to a cars technician not a doctor, we are refugees but still human”
“ My wife is blind…I tell her the stories of her favorite TV series, and sometimes change the script…to create a better atmosphere for her”
“But at least before we divorced he was useful to keep the harassers away from my daughters and me”
“ In Lebanon, I found myself in narrow places. I start feeling anxious now when I am in an open space. “
“There was only grass, but I couldn't pass it through my throat. Yet I forced myself to swallow in front of the children so they would accept it as food”
“ Through this project, I was able to rediscover my story through their stories.
I’m a Syrian refugee myself, and we are making one team.”
“ I wish to become a dragon and burn the scarves and everything in that tent”