Hope has been bringing his heartfelt images of human struggle and promise to urban streets and gallery spaces since 2004. His narrative street art, murals, assemblages, and site-specific installations are based on observations of himself and his surroundings. Hope lives in Tel Aviv and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with its associated issues of identity, borders, and shared humanity, informs his work.
The year 8 student works explore the message of spreading hope in the face of adversity. On December 12, teachers and students held a ‘pop up’ exhibition which involved the students displaying works around the school.