Ourit Ben-Haim works with tech and texts, practices and teaches an ancient art of breath and movement, and lives with family, community, books, and nature in Jerusalem and NYC. Her Street Photography work has been published in international publications and texts and included in collective exhibitions in NYC. Ourit says unprintable things using language and a variety of digital media.
She Said Unprintable Things is a line from Vladimir Nabokov's 1955 novel, "Lolita". It's said by the unreliable narrator and perpetrator in an offhand manner, almost imperceptibly and manipulatively affecting our perception of the story. My body of work explores the space between fiction + truth and gives expression to what was previously dismissed as unprintable things.