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2018 \ 43 min (In collaboration with Sasha Litvintseva)

Thousands of sinkholes are today perforating the shores of the Dead Sea in Israel and Palestine, covering a wide strip of land that stretches between the water and the vast Judean desert around. Swallowing the remnants of what used to be a popular beach, a water park, or a settlement, the sinkholes make the land uninhabitable and hazardous. What Zionists once called a Natural Treasure to attract tourism and investment, is today a dilapidating site erected on unstable grounds. The sinkhole appears as both visible symptom and active cause of the failure of a colonial project to instrumentalise nature, collapsing together two temporal scales: the micro-histories of settler colonialism and the slow disaster produced by the exhaustion of natural resources. It appears as the collapsing of the surface into the sub-terrain, with that collapsing the possibility of thinking of territory as mere surface.


Feature competition, Cinema du Reel, Paris, France, 2018 - Best soundtrack Award


ICA, London, UK, 2018

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA, 2019

Union Docs, New York, USA, 2018

Kasseler Dokfest, Kassel, Germany, 2018

DocAviv, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2018

RIDM, Montreal, Canada, 2018

2 Annas Film Festival, Riga, Latvia, 2018 - Best documentary award Sonic Acts, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2018

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