Berlin, Germany, 2006
series of 13 photographs, 38 x 57.7 cm; 57.7 x 38 cm; 70 x 100 cm, gelatine silver prints; chromogenic prints
Catastrophe includes 4 chapters:
1. Mt. Tabor, relating to a moment in 1948 when part of the village of Arab al-Sbaih (currently Arab al-Shibli) in Lower Galilee, Palestine (currently Israel) took shelter at Mount Tabor Monastery.
2. Berlin, photos of winter and emptiness, relating to the homelessness of the Palestinian people, partially as a result of the Nazi regime. Berlin is not dealing specifically with German issue. Pictures from Berlin relate to the historical situation of the Palestinian people.
3. Refuge in Frost, conditions of everyday exile.
4. Halisa, a neighborhood of Palestinians. most of the original population had to leave their homes in 1948.