“Al-Sabbabat” is a research paper that narrates the traditions of Saudi social events

“Al-Sabbabat” is a research paper that narrates the traditions of Saudi social events
“Al-Sabbabat” is a research paper that narrates the traditions of Saudi social events

“Al-Sabbabat” is a research paper that narrates the traditions of Saudi social events

Between the scents of the oud, the cups of coffee, the fragrance of cardamom and the chatter of girls, the “sababa,” or service provider, stands, representing the spaciousness of hosting and generosity of hospitality in women’s social occasions.
The “Sababat” scene is a familiar scene accompanying all Saudi social activities for decades. Hence, the artist Ilham Al-Dosari writes her research paper in Arabic and English entitled “The Sabbats”, to which she has attached a photo and video documenting the habit of the Sababa socially.
Ilham Al-Dossary considers female youths or service providers the “backbone” of any social event for women in the Kingdom, because their presence gives the people of the occasion of prestige and social representation that individuals aspire to. The bride at her wedding.
The artist told Asharq Al-Awsat that during the work of the research paper, she received many reactions that rejected the referendum, which she worked on to develop her research, by young women, as they prefer to withdraw in a world whose details are hidden from others. for their sons and daughters. The artist, Ilham Al-Dosari, considers female boys morally remarkable, as they share the factor of integrity, self-esteem, and performance derived from hospitality, authenticity and respect for time. high that they possess.
A lot of material expenses surround social events in Saudi Arabia, such as decorations, decorations, and dishes for hospitality. The artist, Ilham Al-Dosari, tells that despite the large number of spending on occasions, the sums of tanks are considered low, in addition to the fact that many people ask for the lowest price, which is little in its foundation, and this translates to social neglect of service sectors. Which the artist describes as “the hurt”.
Because of the social gap created by the economic inequality, female youths or service providers at social events enjoy the calmness and serenity that often pushes them not to create any side conversations with the guests, and this fueled the artist’s curiosity to discover different sides of these women.
The research paper “Boys”, which came in Arabic and English, aims to document the profession of boys in research writing and images, in addition to publishing some of the Saudi customs and traditions and highlighting the most prominent of them, especially the women’s impact. The artist, Ilham Al-Dosari, published her research paper “Al-Sababat” after a turning point she experienced in 2019, which was a period of artistic residency that she lived in the Spanish countryside.
“The Sabbats” was preceded by a sculptural work that tells about the women of the capital, Riyadh, in the nineties AD, and how the entry into the modern urban style affected them. Elham says: “We will not find these women pictures or documentation at the time, and this is what prompted me to document the Sabbats and their current presence among the community of social events.”
Elham concludes her dialogue by saying, “Saudi women are an inspiration to me” and “until now all my independent works have been related to women, but I am currently working on future projects of different style and concept.”

 
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