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Abu Baker represents a growing segment of the Al Dakhel artist community: like the new generation of artists, she works across media, from video, installations, to painting. She combines poetry, subtlety, rebellion and feminism in a unique way to address major themes: the status of the Palestinian citizen living in Israel, and he position of women in Arab societies. She frequently mixes cultural symbols, as well as Middle Eastern and Western influences to make her point: what is at stake in her works are universal issues and imbalances.

  Text by Rula Alami/ Photography: Yigal Pardo

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