Gulala (Kurdish word for Opium Poppy) is a photographic project composed by 15 black and white images printed on newsprint - paper which was previuosly printed on in newspapers. They depict semi-abstract images, which are close ups of walls, ceilings and floors. The fragility of the large pieces of newsprint contrast with the roughness of the images content (traces and fingerprints of women and children confined and tortured in prison).
Anyone visiting Kurdistan in springtime would find themselves surrounded by large and colourful Opium Poppy fields. The Opium Poppy is historically the flower that represents war, and is a fairly common female name in Kurdistan.