Lilac shower curtain with floating head in the center and halo of eyes. The head is on its side and leaking blood with a kafeyyi bursting from the neck; the blood drips onto yasmines and into an open hand. There are wasps and pressed grape leaves throughout the painting. On the sides it reads “Your Land” and in the center reads “عاهرة”.
Later when exhibited in the Museum of Contemporary Art Nashville (MOCAN) it later converted into a mourning place for Palestinians in Nashville to mourn the loses of loved ones and the people who died by the apartheid in May 2021; on the floor is a list of all the lives lost that month (totaling in 15 pages).