I’m a photographer and digital media artist working at the intersection of architecture, archives, technology, and politics. In my works, I use 3D modeling, mapping, internet-based tools, and more to examine archival photographic materials and their relations to geographies of conflict and displacement, especially in Palestine. My practice is engaged with issues of social justice, human rights, and anti-colonialism, and their application in art and media.
Anti Mapping / With Miki Kratsman
In Anti-Mapping, a collaborative project with photographer Miki Kratsman, we’re looking at the surface of the Earth as a photographic surface and a record-keeper. Our aim is to produce geographical documentation of the ongoing displacement of Palestinian and Bedouin communities throughout the territories governed by the State of Israel.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, March - November 2021