Reserved Zone (1999) -

Includes 3 Phosphor prints made of two different series of photos taken with pinhole camera: the Carmel market and the Ayalon Rd. both urban sites in Tel Aviv. Another series of foreign news reports of the evacuation of military zones, defined as "Nature Reserve". The notion of evacuation was evident  in the news reports. The other places: the Ayalon: a Main highway that runs along Tel Aviv and continues into Rd. No. 1: the road between TLV and Jerusalem and the Carmel market is an extremely busy market place in the center of Tel Aviv. These two sites were "evacuated" during their "rush hours" by the long exposure of the pinhole camera.

The prints themselves require special display conditions since they tend to fade in light and can be seen only after being exposed to light and than displayed in the dark.