"Interstice: Life in the Firing Zone 918", an on-going Documentary Project About Life in South Hebron Hills
- Published on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 08:33
Tuesday, 22th May 2012, 8:00 PM
"Interstice: The life in the firing zone 918"
with Eduardo Soteras
The presentation will count also with the participation of Ezra Nawi, activist working in the area, and Eid Suleiman, a Bedouin artist from the village of Umm-el Kheir in Masafer Yatta.
Interstice. Life in the Firing Zone 918 is an on-going photo documentary project about life in the village of Masafer Yatta, located in the South Hebron Hills.
Conceived as an artistic-ethnographic project, Interstice: Life in the Firing Zone 918 is a document about the cave-dwelling communities of Masafer Yatta and their unique way of life, their challenges and their transformations in a changing landscape.
For more than a year the photographer Eduardo Soteras has been spending extended periods of time based in Khirbeit At-Tuba, sharing the life of the communities.
Eduardo Soteras (Argentina, 1975) is a documentary photographer. He worked as a freelance photographer in Palestine in 2005 and 2006. Soteras is co-founder of the Activestills collective, and Activevision, an organization dedicated to participatory photography and video, both based in the Middle East. In 2011 he started the project "Interstice", and he is currently based in Masafer Yatta, Palestine.
For more information please visit: eduardosoteras.com
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