This series is an openly vulgar attempt at amplifying subjects that are continually concealed and denied at the cost of women themselves. It brushes on rejection of faith, patriarchy and the oppressive nature of the region. Perhaps an irksome and unorthodox topic, the color red and pomegranates hand-in-hand deliver this unorthodoxy. The symbolic dialogue is an attempt to uncover a small fraction of the heinous truth that befall women in the Middle East.
All of Ghalia's prints are 45cm x 62cm and arrive framed.