Creating a new space to re-engage myth around rigid boundaries ascribed to faith,
secularity, religion, and politics.
The “Un/Holy Land” explores the overlaps of Judaism, Christianity and Islam,
secular and religious, sacred and profane, and politics and religion. We will
challenge how international players on religion manifest themselves here politically
and touristically; and we’ll be asking if the supposed relationships between
secularism and humanism, religiosity and intolerance are really as clear-cut as they
The end product will be a geotagged storytelling website, offering people
a multitude of ways to learn and unlearn the lay of the Un/Holy Land.