“I came to Algeria from the Middle East. It was part of a journey that began in Jerusalem in 1999 and continued in Palestine and the Maghreb across the Middle East. My work as a photographer began in adolescence when I photographed the spaces that would turn out to be borders, which would protect me and compel me to move on to more remote areas, places of exchange and separation, my own borders.”
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