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  • Mound Hacker in Rome

    The Colosseum is a trap. While circling it one early morning in June 2014, I could hear the Roman crowds shouting as the Caesar enters. I could hear them roaring when animals or men were bleeding.
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  • Mound Hacker on his way to Rome

    My late grandfather, the architect  Issac Kipnis, was the first to tell me the story of the burnt  library of Alexandria. I was eight years old. The lost knowledge of the western world intrigued me ever
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  • Mediterranean Scollars

    I sail the Mediterranean through time and places, sometimes even on a small boat admiring the Phoenicians, but mostly in my mind. This blog  is my Museum – Library –
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  • Archaeology – fiction and reality

    Here is a short clip briefly describing a site-specific performance installation at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 2013. Tel Nona, Audience Version Would you like to  initiate such an event at your Museum?   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zLpoYKLSLg Text about the artwork by
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  • Be my Guest: Ginkakuji Gardner

      At spring 2009, I was following the gentle path leading the small hill of Ginkakuji. I was photographing fragments of the fence since I noticed how the tiny bamboo
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