Jerusalem Camouflage Shelter
This work was created in Jerusalem in the context of massively raising costs for rent and living. It plays with the idea that something can be hidden in the streets if it looks like it has always been there. The shelter is made of cardboard and printed paper and has a similar appearance as the old buildings around it made of the local „Jerusalem-Stone“. These buildings look like they have been there forever and will be there forever, although the state of the city is very fragile. This contrast you can find in the shelter.
Material: Cardboard, printed paper, old windows, cables, lattice gate from the trash
The work was exhibited in the Hansen House at the Jerusalem Design Week 2016.