With a gentle and ironic touch, Azoulay deconstructs modernist and national mythologies, creating colorful and vivid images that show a world with distorted proportions and absurd dynamics. Animals are in power, nature is overwhelming, humans are lost. His interest and intense studies in mysticism are evident in his work, as his stories are often borrowed from the world of Jewish mysticism, while he moves along a narrow thread stretched between historical narrative and personal stories.