"Travelling around the West Bank, one is struck by the amount of damage being caused to the environment and the cultural landscape , especially near to the big cities of Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus and Tulkarem. In this case I’m not referring to the physical boundaries of concrete walls and checkpoints, or to the construction of high-rise building in historic centres, or to the illegal Israeli settlements occupying the top of the hills. What I’m talking about are the sudden cuts one sees in the landscape of olive terraces whereby whole mountains and hills are being completely flattened to create formal and informal clusters of stone quarries". (Sharif, Y. 2011).

With the different layers of peeling, erasing and inserting into the landscape, the need to question what happens underground, and its mirror-reflection on the surface, are things which are becoming ever more crucial. 


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