Concrete is a cold and minimalist material that echoes the Kurdish tribal lifestyle below the poverty line and unsustained agriculture and represents the past and the current discourse dominated in Kurdish territory. There is a famous saying, “we have no friends other than mountains.” To portray such primitive condition, I use primitive materials, including concrete, plaster, mesh, handmade knitting, gunny sack, wood, metal, charcoal, ink and cardboard, to make my installations. Cut pieces of Kurdish women’s gowns ornamented with beads and sequins manifest memorial of those who had to live in such a misogynist environment.