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"Gaia and Hassan draw [in] the protest" 2011
Poverty and struggle through the eyes of homeless Arab and Jewish teenagers.
A project by Gil Mualem Doron with Gaia Hadar LeBlanc, Hasan Abu Shamis
"Gaia and Hassan Draw the Protest" is being created collaboratively with two teenagers from homeless families who lived for about half a year in the Arab-Jewish protest camp for social justice in Jaffa. It presents their daily life in the camp, along with major local and global events in the protest movement, examples of inequality in Israeli society, as well as possible solutions.
The project is based on a set of mix media drawings that we created together in the camp over six months.
The project exhibited in several municipal galleries in Israel and in Beit Ha'am - 'The People's Home', the headquarters of the Israeli protest movement, in Tel Aviv, at The International Photography Exhibition in Jaffa and in the Deutsches Sport & Olympia Museum, Koln, Germany.
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