THE RIGHT TO CLEAN

BORDER | SURFACE | CLAIRE | FRANCIS

ISHMAEL

ABRAHAM ABRAHAM

SARAH SARAH

MANDATORY PASSAGE

SCENARIO

NO WIND

KEPT ALIVE

KEPT ALIVE PORTRAITS

SABBATH 2008

AND MELANCHOLY

67 BOWS

SOUVENIR

BANGKOKING

CANICULE

MADE IN FRANCE

G SPOTTING

SOIL


                                                        

                                                                                       

                                    

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In BORDER, an orthodox nun, points like a tour guide, to a groove between stones, a scratch on the wall, or a change in the color of the floor. These architectural marks, although almost invisible, are actually modest signifiers of the foundation for the status-quo maintained in the church since the 18th century, as they indicate the territorial devisions of the church to six different denominations.

The short repeated mute loop shows us the hidden bureaucracy behind the mechanism the church revolves around.


Editing & Filming: Nira Pereg  |  Post: Tal Korjak  |


2015  |  The Church of the Holly Sepulcher, Jerusalem  |  Duration: 8 min 19 sec.loop > Edition of 7+2AP