Liminal temptation is a video installation, composed of seven video screens dialoguing in a loop.
The Videos exhibit seven Intimate situations happening in public space. The moments captured in the videos resonates A feeling of daily-life slowing down.
In the process of making the work I would travel as an anthropologist, to the “Free-zones”- neglected neighborhoods of Israel. Photographing as close as I could to a situation without wanting to disturb it. Therefore the materials of the work withhold the tension of A Peeping Tom: “Looking where you’re not supposed to”.
The work offers a moralistic double edge stored: On the one hand these are intimate moments. On the other they are all happening in public space, and the protagonist are people that society chooses deliberately to leave out of sight.