Complaints about horrible odor, unidentified materials in different colors and too many red flags. Since the mid-90s it's a known fact that hazardous chemical waste is buried in the capital of the Negev, Be'er Sheva. For over a decade and despite audit reports, directives for action and governmental commitments - nothing has been done.
Jacob Sasson works with a single material: He collects old lintels from buildings and streets. At the Artists' Village on the shore of Bat-Yam, he creates his version for a lifeguard tower. A meeting with an artist in the making.