Gaza Box

A wooden box in the shape of Gaza

While the Gaza population is growing, the Israeli occupation is shrinking the space. This small wooden box lets the user experience the confusion anyone can face in not being able to fit into a limited space. Referring to the situation in Gaza, this box wants to directly allow the user to connect with the context where it is developed and with the sensation that its inhabitants experience daily.

 

Design
  • Sohail Salem (PS)

    Sohail is a graphic designer and artist from Gaza. He is co-founder of Eltiqua Group for Contemporary Arts, where in 2014 he has been a supervisor in a program for contemporary arts.

    www.palart.ps

Production
  • Atfalona Association For deaf children (PS)

    Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children, a registered Palestinian NGO located in Gaza city, has been working in the field of deaf education and allied services since 1992. Literally thousands of deaf children and adults and their families are served annually at Atfaluna through deaf education, audiology, speech therapy, income generating programs for the deaf, vocational training, parents’, teachers’ and community training and awareness programs, and a host of other services and programs.

    www.atfaluna.net

  • 2015

    Wood

    24 x 11 x 5,5 cm

60,00

2 in stock (can be backordered)