Across the globe, artists are threatened and incarcerated due to their courage to speak up against their governments’ human rights abuses. What is it like to be imprisoned for raising your voice? How does censorship affect artists’ practice? Does it force them to silence, change the way they work, or give them more energy to continue their struggle?
Same country, yet two very different realities: As a Palestinian living in Israel, Dareen Tatour is faced with treats of long prison sentences. Israeli Einat Weizman is faced with censorship and public shaming. How do the two artists reflect on their collaboration and responsibility for each other?
A conversation between Einat Weizman and Dareen Tatour.
In Cooperation with Norwegian PEN.