No One Saw The Colors <2018>
31 Polaroid Photographs

on extreme and minor violence, one that is eventful and one that is invisible.
The work juxtaposes the famous image of the Hiroshima atomic explosion taken from the sky, with the narrative on the every day violence in Palestine produced by the ID card policies and restriction by the Israeli occupation, a violence that has no image or event. The work tries to bring the image against the narrative as away to understand violence, pain, and trauma.

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