A winding wall frames a series of 23 etchings that correspond with the 19th century tradition of pilgrimages to the Holy Land, accompanied by an audio work that is a virtual sightseeing bus tour and a video at the end. The work takes the viewer along the dynamic fringe of Israeli society and offers a witty, humorous and poignant gaze at the land and the elusive border between Israel and Palestine.

Future Line Tours:installation, etching, audio, video.Exhibited among others atKunstmuseum Bochum, Nikolaj Kunsthal Copenhagen, Tensta Konsthall Stockholm, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, Petach Tikva Museum of Art.Made possible with the generous support of: Cabri Prints, The Artists’ Residence Herzelia, Mondriaan Fund.

Future Line Tours,2013,exhibition view,Petach Tikva Museum of Art, photo Elad Sarig

Future Line Tours,2013,exhibition view,Petach Tikva Museum of Art, photo Elad Sarig

Future Line Tours,2011, exhibition view,Stavanger Kunstmuseum

Painter in Jerusalem,2009, etching, 34x81cm

Night at the Museum,2009, etching,aquatint, mono print,34x81cm

Keep Jerusalem Clean, 2009, etching, 37x88 cm, photo Avraham Hay

Museum Park, 2013, etching, aquatint, mono print, 37x88cm, collection Petach Tikva Museum of Art

Future Line Tours, 2012, video impression of the installation and audio tour, 3'07" (out of 6'20"), Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz

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