The book is presented like a wall extending over the pages, pages which aren't turned but which are lined up and juxtaposed one on top of the other in a statement combining form and content. It was born out of commissions from six Palestinian photographers and one German, all of whom have previously looked at the subject of the wall in their work. The book offers both a physical and political vision of the structure. The German experiment had already shown that walls are no solution and Kai Wiedenhofer has been studying the Israeli wall since 2003.
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