“Phantom Landscapes” included a series of drawings and rubber-like sculptures, in which Penny Hes Yassour tied together such collective elements as origins, aspirations, and cultural and political identity. Her drawings represented her vision of the Israeli landscape with elements of camouflage, a notion both literal (as employed by the army) but also metaphorical, as in blurring geopolitical distinctions. The rubber-like sculptures, called “net works,” were derived from the drawings and created a hybrid of sculpture and drawing in space. Like the landscape drawings, the nets disappeared and reappeared, hidden and concealed. When looking through them, the shadows produced continued the drawing process.