Female artist Furat al Jamil (b. 1965, Mainz, Germany; lives and works in Baghdad, Iraq) is a filmmaker, but has been selected to show one of her rare sculptures. A suspended honeycomb frame drips its contents into a broken antique pot, in order to convey sweet melancholy, a sadness that she feels about her homeland in its current state whilst inspiring hope in the possibility of healing and new life. Furat is very active in the artist community in Baghdad, working to connect Iraqi artists to each other as well as with the wider world in order to foster a sense of camaraderie and encourage a national creative dialogue.