The photographs I chose to exhibit do not reflect reality, nor do they reflect a concrete position. They almost make an effort not to convey even a single message – except for my desire to create a symbolic tribute to the philosophy of Althusser and photograph, in an apolitical and non-ideological manner, the most political and ideological place I know.
The task of non-ideological photography in Anatot was not simple in the least: the mental rigidity which maintains that a photograph devoid of an ideology is an impossibility ("everything is political") holds a paradoxical technical problem – how will I be able to tell what is a non-ideological photo? Such a photo, by its very nature, cannot contain mental framing. In other words, I looked for a definition that defeats all definitions.