W E  A L L  L I V E  I N  G A Z A

W e b  S e r i e s

A r t s   I n s t a l l a t i o n

D o c u m e n t a r y


The story of what has happened in Gaza, what is happening today, 
and what will happen tomorrow is complex and profoundly troubling.

This site and the media we are creating is an attempt to cut through
the misinformation and disinformation that swirls around this tiny portion of Planet Earth.

Here you will find descriptions of the three media elements of our project.
The traveling arts installation, feature length documentary and on-going web series.
Each we view as a leg of a tripod, each supporting each other.

​​Please stay tuned.


Gaza Strip: Fall, 2018. Thousands are demonstrating at the frontier separating Gaza from Israel.  Till today in N ovember of 2018 over 180 unarmed demonstrators have been shot and killed by the Israeli military, thousands more injured.

In the West. we hear little of why the women, men and children of Gaza are willing to put their lives at risk. The video above is a small glimpse behind the barricades that separate the Gazans from the outside world.


                     We All Live in Gaza: Art Under Siege
                                   our traveling arts installation

                                                                        NEXT DESTINATIONS                                                                                                          GENEVA, BRUSSELS, WASHINGTON, DC                                                                                                    STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS


The Artists

Their Work

            WE ALL LIVE IN GAZA
D o c u m e n t a r y  T r  a i l e r  2 0 1 8 


We are pleased and honoured to have key partners in helping develop,
produce and distribute stories of Gaza for the installation


When the world talks about Palestinians living under occupation and in refugee camps, it is usually in terms of politics and numbers – specifically, how many killed, injured, homeless and/or dependent on aid.

But numbers are impersonal, and often numbing. What they don’t convey are the daily personal struggles and triumphs, the tears and the laughter, the aspirations that are so universal that if it weren’t for the context, they would immediately resonate with virtually everyone.