It is the first mark you make and it is the only mark you can express anything with. Line is used beyond art and it is one of the most basic representations of life. The continuity and the rhythm of the lines reflects memories and glimpses of the past that I relate to. Although in Islamic art the line was used geometrically and the differences were very distinctive in the way the line was used, the art that was produced reflected the rich and varied cultures of Islamic societies. Therefore, through my work I am trying to revolutionize the way the line is created and used, transforming it from a very traditional, conventional and a geometric shape that acts solely in a certain space to a more contemporary and modern factor that acts according to the elements surrounding it. I am experimenting with the unlimited options the line give me and the use of the line with different surfaces, backgrounds, materials, and its relationship within shapes.