Hardcover, full color, 96 pages, 8 x 10.5 inches
This book, with text by Israeli theorist Eyal Weizman and photographs by American artist Fazal Sheikh, investigates the long history of the use of climate change as a political tool along the threshold of the Negev Desert and its effects on the region’s Bedouin population. The Conflict Shoreline brings together a wide array of materials, ranging from documents, maps, and contemporary photographs to historical aerial imagery, remote sensing data, state plans, court testimonies, and nineteenth-century travelers’ accounts. Published by Steidl in association with Cabinet Books.
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