This work borrows signs of popular culture from the Middle East. It is a sarcastic speech about discrimination against women held by the constitution, religion and traditions where the boundaries between these three are abolished: prohibition of premarital sex, honor killing.
The circle behind the plaster mold reproduces decorative motifs of popular culture, on which is written in Arabic calligraphy an expression also drawn from popular culture which says: the eye of the envious is blinded often associated with the sign of the hand
The plaster cast represents a woman's pelvis, which emphasizes the opening gesture, the wheat germ comes out of her sexual organ fertility sign. The golden gun symbol of the crime of honor (which allows the man to kill his wife to protect his honor) is here diverted in some way because pulling it is the water that goes out to sprinkle sprouts of wheat.

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