Beth She’arim excavations, 2014 – Naming

Archaeologists have deep passion and stories about the site they are digging. Common knowledge collapses as the earth unfold its secret’s dormant for centuries. Glass bracelets from the Ottoman times buried next to Byzantine pottery shards found at the same leval of earth. Coincidence is the undercurrent notion of history remains that were left for […]

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? Text about the artwork by Dr. Rivka Bakalsh: Ready and Made   More finds

Tel Nona, Audience Version- The Finds

  Here are some the artwork that was created at the Israel Museum and in my studio, utilizing the objects you left. The titles I used for this project are names of real artifacts that are being displayed at the moment at the museum in the nearby halls. A few were named with titles from […]

Tel Nona, Audience Version-the day after

ביום שאחרי כל החפצים החומרים, הכלים והכרטיסיות נחתו בסטודיו כרטיס וחפץ בהתאמה עד כמה שהזיכרון מאפשר מתכוונת להעלות את כל העבודות שהוצגו במוזיאון וגם חדשות שיווצרו ממה שלא עלה תודה לכל מי שהיה ונתן מעצמו והשתתף המשך יבוא The day after, all tools, materials cards and objects are in the studio. Trying to match between […]

Tel Nona, Audience Version, Israel Museum, Jerusalem

I have been working intensively preparing for a one-night performance installation at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Contact Point , is a marvelous exiting witty event that asks questions about art. I was invited to creat at the archeology wing. For me, it means creating in my shrine, where my inner roots of art thrived, I […]

Ancient Alexandria Library-my story, part 2

A note from Haruki Murakami It was my last week in Kyoto, August 2011. Sensei recommended me to visit Murin–an’s garden, she told me her older son who is an architect, was in charge of some renovations in the building. I took it as a personal gift. After strolling for a few hours, I decided […]