To Whom It May Concern, 2008
Video, double screen projection

 
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To Whom It May Concern is a 9 min double screen projection which combines images recently photographed in the West Bank, Palestine with a narrative text that represents an experience in a form reminiscent of a traveller’s diary, that seems to alternate between different people and different lives. The photographed places stand as silent evidences of the changes in the landscape in the West Bank due to Israel’s occupational strategies. The metaphorical and the documentary, the factual and the fictitious are used interchangeably in this work, weaving a complex narration that is carried out in silence recently photographed in the West Bank, Palestine with a narrative text that represents an experience in a form reminiscent of a traveller’s diary.

To Whom it May Concern has been shown as a part of A Pulic Affair at Gallery 21, Malmö (SE), as a part of Moving Space at Gallery Pixel, Copenhagen (DK) and at Gallery Populus Tremula, Akureyri (IS)