Germany: Perfume for Peace | European Journal

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Artist Daniel Josefsohn works in an idyllic Berlin back courtyard. His parents moved from Israel to Germany in the 1960s. And yet Daniel has just one passport - an Israeli one. His artistic themes usually have to do with the Israel-Palestine conflict.In a photo series titled “Jewing Gum”,he shows female Israeli soldiers who carry their submachine guns like fashion accessories. His answer to life as constant struggle – the life his friends in Israel live – is his peace perfume “Unifaith”. A scent aimed at reconciling the religions. Or as Josefsohn puts it: “So we can stand the smell of each other.”

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