I am constantly searching for places of intersection between geography, history and my own biography. Using large format camera and film, I create a complex photographic perspective; pictorial and luring, yet tinged with underlying ideological tones. Ambiguity runs through the works, sews them together and forms a dialogue between the ordinary and the sublime.
As an artist who response to his soundings and as an Israeli, for many years, my work have dealt with the Israeli territory and questions of legitimacy and identity while taking repetitive journeys along the Israeli borders and confronting the issues of landscape representation and context.
My feelings toward Israel had led me to move with my wife to London, where I live and currently working on an MA in photography at the Royal College Of Art. My current research deals with the english landscape from a point of view of a foreigner, at a time that the UK is going through a social and political challenges..