Through Video, text and point-cloud imaging the works aims to touch on the relations between surface and sanctity at the intersection of photographic 3-D imaging, Archeology and the conflicting religious conceptions of the land. With materials ranging from original to manipulated archive photographs, predominantly of Jerusalem a line is drawn linking views by 19th century protestant pilgrims and those of the present day messianic Judaism.

This work was exhibited in late 2015 at the Petach Tikva Museum, Israel.