A Catholic man who loves Morrissey moves to Israel to study writing. Among his neighbours he finds five remarkable people—three students, a teacher, and a rabbi—who show him the ways that young lives blossom and stray among the people of the Book.
How does the line that defines an area have the power to create and an equally great capacity to divide and destroy?
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]James Bridle, Athens [excerpt]Seamless Transitions is a story of borders that are mute and invisible. They are not supposed to be seen or heard.[/excerpt] [/contributor] [contributor]draftworks* architects, Nicosia &