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Imaging Apartheid: Wall

Jason Kuhrt


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Jason Kuhrt, is a designer based in Montreal, Canada. This poster, wall, was created for IMAGING APARTHEID: the poster project for Palestine. It challenges a wall being built by Israel which divides itself from the West Bank. Depending whom one asks the name of this wall differs. Among Israelis it includes “separation fence”, “security fence”, and “anti-terrorist fence”; among Palestinians: “racial segregation wall”, or “apartheid wall”. The International Court of Justice refers to it as just “wall”, and the BBC style guide allows for “barrier”, “West Bank Barrier”, and “separation barrier”[1].

For more info and posters see the Imaging Apartheid project page

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