Various formats and technics
Prints, installation, mosaic, photo emulsion on rocks and antic mosaics.
Jericho, called the city of the moon, said the most ancient city in the world, shows many historical layers, from mesolithic sites to modern ruins.
Jericho took its name from the arabic word «Ariha», the perfume, or the canaanite god «Yareakh» - god of cyclic rebirth, who allows the morning dew to deliver the perfume of the trees.
Continously destroyed and rebuilt from biblical times to the actual occupation, Jericho bears some post-apocalyptic looks and seems like a metaphor of our future world. Between sad landscapes and an enchanted nature, Jericho seems to always rebirth from its ashes, under a golden light.