A Dead Sea, 2010, consists of six large photographic prints, 50x30 inches each mounted on dibond metal. The photographs represent two contrasted views of the Dead Sea, which is located between Jordan and Palestine. The first view from the Palestinian side, the water is invisible, what is visible, however, is the tormented landscape dotted with Israel military structures. Palestinians in the West Bank are often denied access to the Dead Sea while Israelis and tourists from around the world are free to visit. In 2008 I could not access the Dead Sea and was only able to see the water from the Jordanian side.