The Green Line project is a unique photography series documenting the 313 km long Green Line – the ‘invisible border’ (not the barrier, but the 1949 armistice line) between Israel and Palestine. This project is a first – despite the fact it has been in the headlines for the last 40 years (and now more than ever), no one has photographed along its entire length. The Line has been intentionally erased from Israeli maps since 67′, has become invisible on the ground, and is thought of as something of an anachronism by Israelis though obviously remains central to the international community. The work reveals surprising, surreal and sometimes mundane nature of the border: from Jerusalem’s city streets to cave dwellers in the Negev desert, crossing motorways, fields, villages, barbecue spots and hiking routes. In each image the Green Line appears: either in the view, or from the viewers’ position.