Like the miniatures of destroyed buildings, Fahar’s sculptures remind the viewer of fragments of a war zone. Colorful pictures of fake heroes on crumbling facades represent the current situation in Syria and the Middle-East as an ironic last cry for help. Based on this theme, Fahar expands the spectrum of his work by a spatial dimension and poses the question of the border between image and object. While the sponge pictures deal with aesthetic and compositional questions, his sculptures in their symbolic nature deal with far less abstract topics and become the symbol of a humanitarian crisis.