Tamira Sawatzky

Tamira Sawatzky is an architect and artist working in Toronto. She was raised in Winnipeg and holds a BA in English from the University of Winnipeg and an M.Arch from the University of Manitoba. She has been working for the award-winning firm MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects since 1998, designing community centres and libraries. Most recently, she has been collaborating with Elle Flanders on What Isn't There, a photo installation project about Palestinian villages that ceast to exist with the establishment of the State of Israel; Road Movie, an in-progress 12-screen installation on the Apartheid Roads of Palestine; and Road Shots, a series of still photographs with etched screens.


Morte Dell’Arcivescovo

2015, 02:53 minutes, colour, English text

New Old Road to Jericho

2009, 02:48 minutes, colour

Al Almanie (the German)

2009, 03:11 minutes, colour


2009, 03:05 minutes, colour

Slow Emergency

2009, 03:31 minutes, colour

To Biddu

2009, 03:18 minutes, colour

Opel Cadet

2009, 03:13 minutes, colour

O Caminho

2009, 03:16 minutes, colour

Like Almond Blossoms

2009, 03:20 minutes, colour, English

Road Movie

2009, 31:04 minutes, colour

Road Movie

2009, 31:04 minutes, colour

Critical Writing

West Bank Road Atlas
by Kate Steinmann. Fillip, Spring 2012, no. 16.