For many years now, I've been telling in my work, about the complex conflict in the Middle East.
My works are a stand for questioning the motives that led the Lebanese people to be actors in a war that lasted 15 years.
Through this, it is war itself I'm trying to decipher (decode), its murderous codes, its logic that is destructive of the memory and identity of a people, its devastating effect on women, men, nature and city planning.
I'm trying to understand the deep origins of the conflict which seem to be essentially territorial. They are, archaically, tribes of different cultures and religions, who are struggling to have their share of a narrow and dense land. Beyond that, there's also the vital subject of water sharing.