Border Lines is a documentary project created using digital technology. Produced from photos taken in Israel and the Palestinian Territories, the images testify to the fragmentation of a territory, criss-crossed by tangible and invisible borders. Omnipresent, they determine spaces and people in this region of the world, a stage for an ongoing news cycle, wherein the slightest turbulence engages the values of East and West. Everything is separation and saturation.
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