“Reporter Sahar Zand meets a member of the Broken Fingaz street art collective from Israel. Against the colourful backdrop of his latest mural in Hackney, east London, they discuss the controversial group’s international presence and deep roots in their native Haifa, Israel.”
Seeing as some of Zand’s questions were clearly intended to prompt responses relating to Israel, it is interesting to take a look at the unchallenged impressions of that country received by audiences.
For example, listeners were informed that Israelis “don’t have much of a history”.
Zand: “How does your work reflect where you come from; your society?”
Unga: “The chaos and like the colours and the intensity. But at the same time we are very…
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