In Between Camps began with the extension of the simple action of walking. A two-day trek searching for the traces of a destroyed ancient Roman aqueduct that once linked the springs of Arroub to Souliman’s Pools near Bethlehem, finally bringing water to Jerusalem, was the pretext for a reflection on the relationship between man, history and geography. Built by ancient colonizers, in a twist of fate, the aqueduct connects two contemporary refugee camps, winding its way through territories that are often restricted to those who inhabit the land.
In collaboration with Matteo Guidi, Saleh Khannah and Arroub Refugee Camp Popular Committee. With the support of the Campus in Camps program.
Single cannel video projection, HD colour, 7′
Fundaciò Suñol, Barcelona (E), 2015
Espacio AB9, Murcia (E), 2014
Hangar, Barcelona (E), 2014
Kunstuniversitat Linz (A), 2013
Akademie der Kunste der Welt, Cologne (D), 2013
La rincorsa della lepre festival, Messina (I), 2013
F.a.c.k. Festival, Cesena (I), 2013