Ahmad Naser Eldein is a photographer born in Jerusalem. His work explores the lines between documentary and imagination. With a subtle minimalist approach, he strives to create work that is clear and uncompromising. His studio and home photography explore humans while celebrating their uniqueness and diversity. Covid-19 changed the way we perceive and approach one another. ‘Alone and Together’ is a photography project that reflects on human energy during the current pandemic.
“Physicality – which once meant safety- has shifted into a whole new dynamic: one where every other human is a potential hazard. For the first time in our lives, the further apart we are the safer we feel. Our relationship to the human body and to one another has changed dramatically, and the impact of this change can be clearly witnessed on a day to day basis. While we remain thirsty for a connection, we are obliged to construct physical barriers and imaginary walls aimed at keeping us safe. ”