Friends and neighbors before, two religious entities, two historically respectful communities have been unfortunately torn down by the deformation of the political filter. After centuries of misunderstanding, even in extreme difficulty to communicate, they are now trying to reconstruct a normal relationship.
Often, friendship holds by a thread. Made out of the ancestral tradition of spinning wool, derived from a common craftsmanship, the visual composition of two shawls expresses two different ideologies emanated from the same region in the Middle East. While both communities aspire for peace and respect, and have coexisted peacefully for thousand of years in the past, they have become each other's worst enemies over the present years.
Inside the origin of those two religions, leans – just like the very same textile thread – the delicate but strong essence of the re-creation of peace and coexistence. I wish that peace will arise again between those two neighbors.