Emerging Talent Screening
What lies beneath the rubble
Between the shattered memories of the past and the unknown misty future lie the piles of remains that used to be called “Home” by Mohammed Khader , his wife, Ebtesam, and their 22 family members. This is where they take shelter.
The remarkable feature of Khader’s family is the distinct relationship they have with their pigeons. no matter where Khader would go, the pigeons would follow. Mohammed used to take care of his pigeons, and the war didn’t change that, Both are seeking some kind of comfort after nothing else is left but the company of the other.
This project documents the extent and nature of the aftermath of War in routine, daily life, as it affects women, kids, and men today in Gaza, who have faced in the relatively recent past – are continuing to face – the dangers of terror and war.