The separation wall is a name for a governmental project which has been started in 2002. The project aims at building a 790 Km. of a concrete wall to separate Palestinian population from the Israeli one. The wall cuts through the land in which it is built. It touches architecture concepts like Border or Line but these concepts have impact on daily life of the people who get in contact with it. The separation wall is a meeting point of architecture and national identity.
I have decided to make porcelain building blocks, in the shape of the concrete wall. The change in scale and material has changes these building blocks from a monumental architecture element into a naive child play blocks. Can these minor changes affect how we see the reality in which we live?
This project was exhibited as part of the forth biennale for Israeli ceramics in the “Eretz-Israel” museum in Tel-Aviv.