Ground Truth

byForensic Architecture e Activestills
by Forensic Architecture
curatorship João Figueira, Marlene Monteiro Freitas, Marta Mestre, Miguel Figueira, Vítor Silva
partnership (un)common ground (P.OR.K + KKYM), DGArtes, CML, Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
schedule 30 minutes before the beginning of the performances at Sala Garrett (for ticket holders) 
The village of Al-Araqib in the Negev – or Naqab – desert has been demolished at least 191 times. Israeli authorities argue that the village did not exist prior to the 1948 establishment of the state of Israel, and that as such, the Bedouin villagers are trespassers, and their settlements illegal. Since 2015, Forensic Architecture has worked alongside the families of Al-Araqib and other NGOs to provide evidence of the enduring and continuous Palestinian Bedouin presence in the territory.
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