In 1999 I started photographing the ominous imprint of the military on the Israeli landscape – and reflectively, on Israeli society. My images Mirror the psychological trauma and resulting ambivalence of living in world of friction, they also warn against vestiges of warfare becoming a permanent fixture in people’s lives.
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