The series “We Refuse to Be Enemies” shows the effects of exterior influences forming identity by exhibiting photographs of Dahers vineyard, located in West bank south west of Jerusalem.
The Nasser family are faced with Israeli destruction orders, road blocks and denial of access to electricity and drinking water. Regardless of owner-ship documents dated back to 1916 they have been struggling to prove their right to occupy this land for 18 years. These forms of suppression have influenced the appearance of that space as well as the people’s lives. They answer this forced situation with peaceful resistance in order to keep their home and space for dialogue.