> Make me your Arabian Fantasy was an interactive, paper-doll-inspired web game, users could dress the artist in three costumes that represented the limited and fantastical depictions of Middle Eastern women in western media. Two extra costumes, representing the identities often adopted by Middle Eastern women as a defence to bigotry, were also included.
> In Make you your Arabian Fantasy, these stereotypes were turned into literal carnival attractions to mimic and amplify their absurdity. Three of the costumes were made into 6-foot-tall, head-in-the-hole cut-outs that allowed the participant to “match” with my persona in the web game.
> This piece was made under the guidance of Wafaa Bilal and featured in Teen Vogue.