In Arash Fakhim's practice, the will to collide with the imposed rules of the medium of painting. He therefore always tries to come up with 'paintings' with atypical materials and methods. For example, he took pictures of paint strokes that he applied to the 'canvas' as a sticker, and he worked on epoxy panels in which he compressed several layers of plastic bags. The lines and folds form painterly compositions but at the same time show the process that preceded it, the act in which the light plastic bag transforms into a solidified panel. Fakhim considers that action important, action and object.