As the premier collection of the Visual Anthology, this series is titled 'Wahi' or 'Revelation' in Arabic.
The idea behind the conception of this visual series was to express an awakening. Hands (being the only portion of the body visible here) illustrate the kinetic expressions of the mind. These hands emerge from the depths of murky waters. As they break beyond the surface, what was once invisible and unknown is revealed. Revealed are the adornments of the hands, which continue to contort and gesture in each image.
With each image the hands can be found at various degrees and depths in relation to the murky waters. This is illustrative of our own dance with climbing beyond the fog of periodic confusion (within each of life's lessons) and into higher degrees of enlightenment. To break the surface is to create a rippled disturbance: the discomfort of growth. Through trial, however, we too reveal our adornment: our strength. Trial beautifies its contender. Trial washes away frailty to begin a new.