At Home is multi-channel video that is situated at the intersection of contemporary documentary and video art, while at the same time seeking a new means of representing ongoing settler colonial violence. The four videos in the exhibition intertwine still and moving images, images in the absence of sound and sound in the absence of images. It integrates non-linear and narrative fragments, abstract images, and traces of images. Direct experience is central in the exhibited videos; A Night at Home, 4 min, 2009, for example, represents an Israeli raid on my mother’s town carried out under the cover of darkness inflicting horror on my family.