A tribute to the Azeri alphabet, which chan­ged three times in the 20th cen­tury – first from Arabic to Latin in 1928, then to Cyril­lic in 1939, and finally back to Latin in 1991 – causing immense damage to the cul­tural heritage of the republic, not to men­tion making generations of Azeris immigrants within their own country.  The title approximates a scream of frustration, for the trans­lator or the layman, who must muddle through three iterations of the same language.


screenprint, 85 x 70 cm, ed. of 100