Clear Polythene Plastic Sheets |Petroleum | Sand  | 168″ X 48″ | 2015

Sand and oil define life on Kharg Island. Including them in the Reminiscence is to question Western geopolitical policies as the cause of the cultural and environmental decline in the Persian Gulf. The text underlines the intrusive role of one language in an invasive mission.

Words such as Pipe or Drum did not exist in the local conversations before the oil export. Oil-writing these words in sand highlight their contrasting meaning in the life of the Islanders and how one word is overwritten by the other. As such, the War floats over the Peace, and the Beach is submerged under the Jetty.