In recent years, my work focuses on dealing with relationships to public structures. This often includes architecture, however, my work may also point at certain social structures or structures of media. Pitted at the heart of the relationships depicted is a conflict between disobedience and submission.
My work involves the process of constructing a view - this in itself establishes a relationship between the view and the viewed. In so doing, I try to generate mutuality between the two. While the view constitutes the perception of the depicted structures, the depicted structures also constitute our view of them. In my work “Marganith” for instance, I attempted to construct a view dominated completely by the presence of the military tower. The tower is the axis of the the work, but it is also true that the tower is reborn through the works view of it. In the space of tension between the two, the city becomes a stage on which the acts of relationship are performed.
In my process, I attempt to explore the subject matter of my work comprehensively through aspects of language, economy, sociology, history and design. However, my deeper fascination is in the direct relationship between the perceiver and the perceived. My exploration is therefore contaminated by empathy, and rooted in an idiosyncratic notion of love.