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Woman Without a Home, 2022

Film HD, 26 minutes, 25 seconds

Raida Adon’s film, Woman without a Home, is a poignant depiction of the artist’s Sisyphean search for identity, an anchor, and a place to call home. Adon’s work is deeply rooted in her complex and enigmatic personal biography, reflecting her split identity as a Palestinian- Israeli artist navigating the intertwined yet conflicted societies of the region.


Through her art projects, Adon confronts power relations and domination, highlighting the struggles and complexities of living between two nations. Her film depicts her journey through this landscape as she searches for a sense of belonging and a place to call home, only to find that the search itself is often the only constant. The film is an ode to the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity, and a reminder that even in the absence of a physical home, we can find belonging through invaluable connections with others.


Especially for the exhibition’s opening, HOME/ HOPE, Raida Adon will present a performance titled Me and My Soul. The artist will engage with her animated drawings as a dynamic backdrop, offering a poetic response to experiences of war, trauma, human fragility, resilience, and hope.

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