Mound Hacker‏-Castel dell Ovo, Naples, Italy

 
 

My current site-specific art project is intervening in the time lines of actual Tells [mounds] and archaeological sites around the Mediterranean. The first one outside Israel is Castel dell Ovo at Naples, Italy. The castle, though majestic is viewed here on the right-hand side behind the marina.

Odysseus, whom I visited last summer at Ithaca, ran away from the Nymphs at the bay of Naples.

The rough sea was a good place for Homer to situate his myths.

Perhaps this is my first hint as why should I leave a key to Alexandria Ancient Library at Castle dell’Ovo.

I try differnt places to rest the shard as the sun goes down.

I am not sure about it so I came again the next evening.

The tiny ceramic shard seems like a boat; I have found the first place for a key to remain after me.

A votive boat?

Will anyone notice it and be active enough to search the website written on it?

 

More here:

The concept of this going art project,

Mound hacker- Tel Yokneam.

Mound hacker-Naples National Archaeological Museum, Italy

 

 

 

 

3 Responses to “Mound Hacker‏-Castel dell Ovo, Naples, Italy”

  1. Dear Nona
    the gap of time and space is closed. you left your signs smartly and so gracefully.love your new photographs with the little boat………horizons are opened by your act. love Dorit

  2. טליה says:

    wonderful! Sophie Calle would have liked it!

  3. Yona says:

    Dear Nona
    It is beautiful and inspiring
    I’ll go there on my next visit
    hoping that someone before me finds the key
    Yona

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