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A body of work that began during my student exchange at Brighton University, U.K and made it back home with me. The book deals with the male gaze, but especially with the leftovers of machismo, violence and sexuality. The book’s background is the home experience I have aspired to in England, which changed its face to a touristic experience I am chasing in Israel. The low photographic qualities that the pocket camera produces, lack of sharpness and light leaks offer a comparison between the high art and low culture, between the holy and the secular, the familiar and the alienated. The direct flash, built in the camera, functions in two forms, one as lighting and revealing but also as blinding and censoring. The darkness taking place in many of the photographs naturally helps in hiding but also brings out and emphasizes. A hole is a consequence of destruction but sometimes it invites you to fill it.

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