The artist explores the story in black and white symbolizing the eternal conflict and interdependence between different beliefs. The space surrounding the characters reflects their spiritual sanctuary and their inner isolation, which fostered alongside monochromatic a state of interaction between subjects and their surroundings. Using seduction, the oldest weapon of the female, in catching their victims, stripped those victims of the characteristic of femininity to leave us in a gray area. The use of clothing creates a symbolic connection to the connected fate of the two sisters, while visual symmetry invites the viewer to focus on the differences between them.
Trust, doubt, belief, the relationship between justification and action and which one precedes the other. Habby is trying to re-identify the indefinable of an old story that today become a part of the modern Egyptian folk.
Raya and Sakina is on show from the 1st November till the 11th January 2018