Limited (8), numbered, signed and artist certified photo print on alu dubond, 120 x 85 cm

Photographer: Amin Hak-Hagir
Performance: Rahman Hak-Hagir

verb \dis-ˈärm, diz-, ˈdis-ˌärm\

: to take weapons from
: to give up weapons
: to make harmless
: to lay aside arms

: to deprive of means, reason, or disposition to be hostile <disarmed criticism by admitting her errors>
: to win over : to divest of arms <disarm captured troops> : to deprive of a means of attack or defense  : to make harmless
: to give up or reduce armed forces

Middle English desarmen, literally, to divest of arms, from Anglo-French desarmer, from des- dis- + armer to arm (First Known Use: 14th century)