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On War

Installation 2022

About two and a half years ago, with the outbreak of the coronavirus, City spaces closed And we had to stay indoors. On one hand public spaces close and on the other hand the government used the situation to invalid the individual's privacy

The reduction of public space took place while invading the home space As part of government strategies routinely carried out by the IDF and are usually directed against Palestinian civilians

 

The first part of the work consists of the book "On war" scepter( reten Carl von Clausewitz) Which is considered the bible of modern warfare. Many regimes were based on this book written in Prussia during the 18th century.

 

The city's look at dawn took me out into the fields behind the village that in many ways became a refuge. In an attempt to restore the feeling of home.

On one of my  hikesI came across a phenomenon which led to a series of photographs in which you see her.

 

Through it I followed a global botanical epidemic that led to the killing of the sabra cactus in Israel. The Dactylopius aphid that covers the parts of the plant with a waite veil until the plant dries and dies. This aphid was brought to the area about 400 years ago to produce the rare red carmine pigment

 

The Hebrew nickname Sabra began as slang depicting a Jew born in Israel. The Zionist movement adopted this concept and made extensive political use of it to glorify the "new Jew". In fact, historically, many of the sabra plantswhite are grown today in Israel have been planted by residents of Palestinian villages whithe wore expelled or abandoned in 1948, When the thorny plant was used as a natural fenc. The Non-native sabra cactus is an ambivalent symbol in the local space.

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