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  • Kyoto water is almost abstract

        “… אֲנִי יוֹדֵעַ בְּרֵכָה צְנוּעָה אַחַת  …” ביאליק, הבריכה מוקדש לדליה ואריה, נאגויה More about water in Kyoto from a summer visit  

  • Venice Biennale 2013

    The primary rounded hall of the Giardini Building nests the Red Book by Carl Gustav Jung. The book is displayed in a glass case dimly lit. Circling it are excellent copies
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  • Happy blog day!

    Since 2007, bloggers from around the world are celebrating an international blog day on the 31/8/. I chose to share with you the ones I love most, some in Hebrew,
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  • Salvage archaeology 2

    The time after an exhibition – is fragile, so I am wondering around my studio trying to find a question, a path. I am thinking about the title Salvage Archaeology,
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  • Salvage Archaeology 1

    An anonymous visitor at my performance installation in the Israel Museume -timidly approaches my workbench. He apologizes that since he is a tourist, he has nothing to spare for the invented
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  • Mound Hacker tools

    This post is dedicated to the working tools used by Mound Hacker. I have been asked: What is the connection between the Internet link I write upon ceramic shards and Ancient Alexandria
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