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Amit Nachumi

MA work

These landscapes bear a comparable, almost intolerable vastness; endless and indefinable. These landscapes are in Israel, a land defined by its ambiguity, inescapably charged with emotion, with politics and with dispute. It might seem all too simple to attribute a certain melancholy to these vistas in all their terrifying infiniteness, were it not for the warmth of the vision.

Sidestepping stereotypical representations of a ‘troubled’ land, this body of work speaks of an intensely personal relationship to such a territory, marking the land as a personal landscape; one of peace, hope and abundant possibility.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Photography, 2010

  • These landscapes bear a comparable, almost intolerable vastness; endless and indefinable. These landscapes are in Israel, a land defined by its ambiguity, inescapably charged with emotion, with politics and with dispute. It might seem all too simple to attribute a certain melancholy to these vistas in all their terrifying infiniteness, were it not for the warmth of the vision.

    Sidestepping stereotypical representations of a ‘troubled’ land, this body of work speaks of an intensely personal relationship to such a territory, marking the land as a personal landscape; one of peace, hope and abundant possibility.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Photography, University for the Creative Arts, 2007