Expanded Documentary 2007 / 2 min / 4:3 / English

A counter-censorship work dealing with transgressions essential to the freedom of expression through art and the ways it is perceived by popular media.
This hybrid performative film was made following the Watchmen surveillance art controversy and court case, in which a short CCTV video work was censored by the Israeli state to the request of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, although no one from the state authorities, the court or the museum even watched the work.

Hiding My True Motives was originally created for the Watchmen exhibition opening in 2007, few week before the groundbreaking verdict of the municipal court validating the original work and ending years of censorship.