AmericaStoryA growing desert by Jacqueline Zilberberg

In the summer of 2014, photographer Jacqueline Zilberberg and writer Liliana Lara, both from Venezuela, met in Israel to collaborate on a project which combines images and words from the vision of those coming from afar. In this project, the protagonist is the desert.

In the summer of 2014, photographer Jacqueline Zilberberg and writer Liliana Lara, both from Venezuela, met in Israel to collaborate on a project which combines images and words from the vision of those coming from afar. In this project, the protagonist is the desert.

A stone desert, free from the continuous movement of the sands. This is the desert of Judea, on the way to the Dead Sea, in Israel. In this desert, changes take centuries to perform. The wind incessantly gnaws the stones until they are crested. You can even feel the texture’s static and lumpy form. And still, the desert expands, not only as an ecological catastrophe but as a Nietzsche kind of void. “The desert grows, and woe to him who conceals the desert within him…” These are the images of what we saw in this desert. What first hit us was the aridity. Because we come from tropical greenery, with abundance of water and bustle, this silence shuddered us.

We wish to show the meaning of this dried and colorless, open and never ending place, for somebody who grew in a jungle landscape. In this desert there are trees, but they are growing artificially, with the help of waters brought from afar through long pipes. Other trees grow naturally, with stubbornness, waiting in the heat of death for a minuscule raindrop through the seasons. This is not an inhabited desert. Humans left their mark through their buildings, their electric wires hanging over the winding roads, and their plowing and sowing at any cost. The Judean desert is a seabed, and we walk the depth of this extinct, millennial and condensed sea. At the lowest and saltiest place on earth, what remains of this sea has been turned into spas and hotels, where cautious ladies bathe, soaking their bodies, wearing their plastic bathing caps. Paradoxically, the sea of death serves as a therapeutic bath. While looking at this Mexican cactus, completely detached from the surrounding nature, you can feel the artificiality of tourism, of the travelers, and of the beholder with estranged eyes. [Official Website]

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