Harel, Nadav

Biography Nadav Harel (Haifa, Israel, 1970)
Nadav Harel is a Tel Aviv based filmmaker. He received his filmic education in School of Visual Arts, New York. Nadav took part as director/editor/cinematographer in several award winning films such as Chicken Hawk (USA, 1994), a documentary about pedophilia; Children of the Revolution (Israel, 1997), documenting the use of sagas and omens in Israel’s political arena; Area K (Gaza strip, 2000), documenting the impact of war on fish and fishermen in Gaza; Ecstacy, attack of the happy people (2003), documenting the flourishing ecstasy party culture in the midst of the Middle East bloodshed. Currently Nadav is working on SALT-white goddess, water over fire, a feature length documentary on civilization as if reflected through a grain of salt.

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Acting against the current spatial conception that imagines political territory as an endless flat surface that is cut into coherent territorial units by linear borders, this project investigates the fragmentation of contemporary political space. The idea of ‘territory’ has been …Read more