Spinning wheel of life is an installation presenting items collected during my trips in the Sinai and Sahara desert. A camel skeleton was presented as an installation in a double bed in a five star hotel suite. On the black blanket of the bed, the camel skull was presented with two parallel lines of rib bones. A read electric wire and some red cartridges formed her spinal cord. In a corner of the bed laid a lonely rubber sandal, lost from a Bedouin child and linked to the camel with a red wire. The camel is to be seen as the omnipresent guardian of the desert, unable to give protection, being herself part of the perpetual spinning wheel of life. The installation reflects on the continuous silent scream in Nature.

Material: Camel bones, bullets, electrical wire, Bedouin girls shoe.