Hebron native Wafa Hourani’s piece Qalandia 2067, now showing at Saatchi, gets a nice mention in today’s Guardian:
The whole thing draws you in, but becomes more and more unsettling the longer you look. Unlike, say, the Chapman brothers’ Hell, this model is all a bit clunky, and is all the more affecting because of it. The air of everyday menace and surveillance gets to you.
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