Untitled (Armpit) 2002
C print - 29 x 33 in

In Armpit,  the geographical maps of Israel and the Palestinian occupied territories were painted with black ink on my body. The piece concretizes the psychosexual relations between the State and its citizens, the internalization of the state's memory and priorities over personal history.  It illustrates how the State infiltrates, hides and ultimately brands itself using its citizens’ bodies.