"Arabic script has captivated me since childhood. At first, my aim was to learn the rules of Arabic letters and their shapes. In light of the computer’s dominance as a method of communication, I felt that I should create work that shows the inherent beauty of the Arabic characters, a beauty that the standardized typescript of computers limits. I searched for new and diverse ways to use Arabic letters, and so it became a means of expressing my inner thoughts.
Initially, I used all twenty-eight Arabic letters. However, after working with them for a time, I thought that focusing on a single letter could provide a better means of expressing the flexibility and versatility of Arabic script. I chose the letter Nun because I have an inner fascination with it. Furthermore, I believe that the strength of this letter can communicate the vitality of the Arabic language, and show how one could use only a single letter for one’s whole life and still retain the complexities of an entire alphabet."