Installation, Video projection on three metal forms
The work features three geometric metal surfaces, illuminated by a video projection of slow, meditative sea waves.
The contrast between the static, precisely shaped metal sculptures and the dynamic, formless water creates tension, alluding to the attempt to understand the abstract and infinite through logical thinking, while also referring to the limitations of our physical senses.
The photo series 'Sphere' centers around an enigmatic object placed in an arid desert, creating a striking contrast with its symmetrical, artificial appearance against the natural landscape.
The sphere's blue color evokes an association of water, emphasizing the desert's dryness, and its resemblance to the sky suggests a celestial layer, adding to its otherworldly quality.
Sculpture, Desert stones, diameter 75 cm
The sculpture, responding to the photography series Sphere, mirrors the circular shape of the blue sphere and the desert landscape rocks depicted in the photographs.
Its creation involved a meticulous search for stones with matching borders, a process that symbolizes a quest to uncover a deeper level of order and logic that exists in nature.
In the series 'Space', a distinctive square object takes center stage amid varied landscapes. Its defined geometry and bright color create contrast with the limitless scenic space, forming a unique interplay between artificiality and naturalness.
The object references the concept of the White Cube in art. However, this series transforms it into a reversed room, where, instead of containing, it is the environment that envelops it.
Single channel video. loop
The video 'Overflow' portrays a desert landscape swaying like a boat on water, with water sounds accompanying its movement.
This movement challenges the stability of the desert, linking temporary permanence to perpetual motion, alluding to nature's constant change.
Single channel video. 3:39 minutes
'Anchor Point' is a staged video that follows a man's journey through extreme environments.
Through the chain of dramatic events that take place on the journey, the work refers to the experience of crisis and transformation.
'Emergence' depicts the initial moments of human interaction with the sea. Each photograph freezes a distinct moment, too swift for ordinary observation, revealing intricate details from a scene that exists for a fraction of a second.
The series of unique temporary landscapes evokes various interpretations, while symbolizing an exploration of the encounter with the new and the unknown.
The Invisible Whole
Installation (concrete booth, black fabric, mirror, lighting system)
This participatory installation invites visitors to witness their physical appearances as it changes every few seconds.
It examines how our external look may affect our self-perception, while also raising questions about their fluidity.
Single channel video, 12:30 minutes
This social experiment proposes a complex and authentic presentation of people's self-perception. It includes not only the audio interviews of each person but also videos showing their bodily reactions as they listen to these recorded interviews from a loudspeaker, transforming their secret, intimate thoughts into 'public' judgments.
You Don't Have
to Do a Thing
Video portraits on multiple TV screens
3:15 minutes, loop
'You Don't Have to Do a thing' is an intercultural experiment created in Jerusalem. By utilizes body language to reflect inner attitudes and emotions, the project explores how people from diverse cultural backgrounds react to the sounds associated with the city's three major religions.