This body of work has been created over the last two years, during repeated trips to Israel's south and concentrating on the Ramon Crater and the Yeruham area.
This work is not intended to describe these places according to their geographical identity, rather by the experience of photography as an antithesis to the pace of life in our present era. It is a place where time beats in a slow rhythm, in an open space devoid of real existence. Out of a desire to create a connection between the visible spaces and those that exist in the inner experience, landscapes combine of aesthetics with a mystical sphere and a form of abstraction.
The areas most charged in these images are border areas, or areas of transition from one space to another. These are the areas that are cut off from natural continuity and create an intermediate state of matter and spirit. I try to reflect issues of space and presence that are difficult to escape from. In this, I propose a metaphoric interpretation of an image that moves between power and frailty.