In recent years, Nadav Weissman has been creating wall installations that combine elements of wood sculpture, drawing and video projections. The different types of media meet in large-scale wall reliefs that range from two-dimensional to three-dimensional, creating hybrids between landscape and body, and between images of stationary and inanimate nature and organic organs in motion. The “Underground” exhibition is a hanging installation that surrounds the exhibition space on all sides, as a panoramic landscape image that the eye cannot capture at a glance. Weissman produces a hybrid between an open top view and enclosed interior spaces. It creates a very physical landscape made up of sloping curves, uterine cavities and internal cavities, in which the images projected on them breathe movement and life. It is an imaginary underground landscape, teeming with secrets and charges bubbling beneath the surface, reflecting the complicated reality of life in the area on both sides of the border, but not only.