I took this photo when I was in Tel Aviv in August 2007 – I was being taken by some friends on an architectural tour around the city, and my guide was showing us a brutalist building across the road from this. Every so often I remember this photo. It sticks in my mind, and in my throat. I’m not 100% sure what to make of it yet; I’m still thinking about what it’s saying about zionism, gender, secularism and (the claiming and defining of) jewish bodies and spaces. Anyway, I came across it again today so wanted to share.