I don't know this time.
"I don’t know this time." is a hand-knotted Persian carpet that attempts to characterize an aspect of our contemporary societies where there is a mutually beneficial relationship between terrorism and mass media. It is notable that the media exacerbates the political, cultural and religious divides within the Western societies and the world at large. Media’s existence depends very much on the way it covers the events in order to attract the attention of the public; Thus making it a form of persuasive communication with a significant role in shaping the public opinion.
Using the hand-knotted carpet as the medium of communication is a deliberate choice to express that the current situation is embedded in the power structures of today’s societies; it can neither be erased nor changed easily, as it benefits the political system.