Mound Hacker ‏- Tel Yokneam, Israel

As I wrote here, I started to intervene in actual mound time lines. Before departing to Italy, I visit Tel Yokneam with a few ceramic keys to Ancient Alexandria Library. I need to see how it really feels to leave behind me an art piece and wait and see what happens. Moreover, it feels right […]

Mound Hacker: Intervening in the time line of mounds-site-specific art project

Tel-Nona, as a virtual mound – is a framework of thought where I excavate for artistic archetypes related to cultures around the Mediterranean and beyond. My current site-specific art project is intervening in the time lines of actual Tells [mounds]; during 2013 – 2014, I will be traveling around the Mediterranean and visiting different archaeological […]

A dream

I dream I am at the of Ancient Alexandria Library. Scrolls are gathered on shelves all around. Many are spread on long wooden benches, circled by people wearing white togas. They are talking, debating, and Aristotle is one of them. It sounds a bit like Greek. I stroll to the gardens. Peacocks walking slowly between orange […]

Be my Guest: Mark Dion, Antiquarian Book Shop at Jerusalem

Artist Photographing Entemologist, who is curiously peeping at Mark Dion’s Antiquarian Book Shop and identifying mirrors of Darwin.   Mark Dion, Antiquarian Book Shop, 2008   More about these two guests here. About my project “Reviving Ancient Alexandria Library”, here.  

What is this blog about?

  My first memory of collecting and organizing knowledge is from the age of six. In a new notebook, I wrote all I knew about my ancestors and the pyramids. Since it felt important, I buried it in the courtyard for people of the future to find and know what happened here. I probably still […]


I am back from Greece. With my love to the Mediterranean sea and cultures, my respect to the Phoenicians, memory of Ancient Alexandria Library – I was the second skipper on a small yacht. We read aloud sentences from the Odyssey, as if time did not pass. We were contemplating on all the Greek knowledge organized in Alexandria library- […]

Euclid diagrams in Greece

As I strolled in Kyoto Zen gardens during the summer of 2011, I found Euclid everywhere helping me anchor. It was tremendously hot and humid even for me coming from the Mediterranean. There were almost no tourists, and I felt out standing. Unexpectedly, Japanese approached me and wanted to talk; They shared the nuclear disaster. […]

Be my guest: Naomi Zur sends presents to Penelope and Odysseus

BE MY GUEST is a venue for others to share their art. Linear time and locality are not relevant. Naomi Zur is a colleague artists of mine. She encourages me along my path as I work on my Blog as artwork, and on my dream to revive Anciant Alexandria Library. She is also very playful and […]