Alif Meem
Khaled Sabsabi

‘By the fig, by the olive, by Mount Sinai and by this city of refuge’


وَٱلتِّينِ وَٱلزَّيْتُونِ‎
وَطُورِ سِينِينَ‎
وَهَٰذَا ٱلْبَلَدِ ٱلْأَمِينِ

Quran: Chapter 95. At-Tin


Continuing with these ideas: Alif, Meem, أم, Arabic letters laid out in this path spell out the mother and or source of origin, leading the way by perspicuous examples that makes the oppressed heart clear.

And if Meem, Alif, ما, order is reversed it spells the name for water and the unexplained parallels of the possibilities of the unseen in which there is no doubt or guide. The wisdom of the living and eternal symbols of whatever makes honest.

Free from Fear and Reward.

Images & Text by Khaled Sabsabi
Typography by Ruud Ruttens
November 2021

32 pp., 210 × 270 mm, softcover
Edition of 80
$18.00 AUD