Based in Vienna and Israel
I grew up in a settlement located on the Green Line Border, but I knew it as our backyard. It was a secular Zionist community imbued with patriotic faith and devoid of questioning. Since the Israeli government began to build settlements in the West Bank as a means of erasing and redefining the borders, we, the residents of the settlements, have been serving as soldiers in a political war of definition, blurring and erasure.
For me, boundaries are not absolute, but elusive and inaccessible.
In my work I examine the spectrum on which it moves, and the inherent contradiction between finitude and its absence.