In response to non-Muslims being mystified by the purpose of watering cans in mosque bathroom stalls, the photographer probes into the commanding Qur’an or Hadith rules that govern the use of the cans and other objects which evoke differing meanings for American Muslims and non-Muslims. From flip–flops to yoga mats to water bottles to tool boxes, everyday American objects come to inhabit sacred spaces when repurposed, reclaimed for the sake of Shari’a.

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