If you walk through certain towns in Israel or Palestine, you can pass from one universe to another in the space of a few metres. Nowhere else have I seen traditions so different and so ingrained existing side by side. Each of these cultural microcosms is an experience of life in itself. I have concentrated my photographic project on the notion of space. I have neither the capacity nor the intention to look at the political or religious implications.
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