Street Art - Wheat Paste
The artwork tackles the notion of "Mehrem" or Chaperon in our society. As a religious necessity, the idea of having a male chaperon/ company with the lady (someone who is from her family, like a father or a brother or uncle or husband) was mainly set as one of the Muslim's everyday-life rules so that ladies get protection and help all the times... As a way of taking care of ladies and respecting them in many levels. Today, the idea of "mehrem" reached to an extreme, either too protective that it can get into the ways of being a productive or an active human being or too silly that it is just a signature on paper proving that her "mehrem" approves of a lady traveling on her own without him having to disturb his daily schedule.
A delicate necessity and a gesture of respect, tuned into an accessory a lady should get whether her chaperon is being a mighty chaperon, or a silent lamb.
*Note: This brief has been proofread and approved by my own beloved "mehrem" (aka husband)