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An interplay between past and present, of word, form, and color, Rachid Koraïchi’s Les Septs Stations Célestes presents a new calligraphic gesture. It is one in which many hands write in support of a singular vision, yet each voice sings clearly. Based on the Ṣūfī concept of transforming one’s soul to connect with God, the works in this exhibition transform both matter and language. While Islam is their point of departure, their message is all-inclusive.