The work “Male, Hadera”, from the series “Family”, features an anonymous male figure hitting a punching bag over a period of time. The staged situation has no details or specific-biographical characteristics, other than the geographic location in the work’s title. Nevertheless, it contains stereotypic visual and audio aspects: a male figure, a punching bag, typical Israeli balcony enclosed with Trisol (Israeli shatters) and a continuous monotone sound. The figure seems to be confined in a house whose dimensions are identical with its body’s dimensions. The cold, empty background, the aggression of the repetitive action and the nagging echoes of the punches hitting the bag attest to an existential human struggle, the figure’s attempt to extract from itself, with violence and force, something latent and suppressed.