An ongoing inquiry into the  quality of light  in which the Djinn are seen by the human eye, religious subversion of the psyche as told through the color blue, diasporic superstition, the sound of snow colliding against glass and cottonwoods communing, and my own nostalgia for an imagined future.

An ongoing inquiry into the quality of light in which the Djinn are seen by the human eye, religious subversion of the psyche as told through the color blue, diasporic superstition, the sound of snow colliding against glass and cottonwoods communing, and my own nostalgia for an imagined future.

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