Installations and Video
House in the Air 2016. Bike wheel, Cable, Stone rubbel, Dust Collection. 60cm cr. 3mL suspended. St. Martin, Jerusalem.
The Tension between life and death, Aging and Youth, Natural Events vs. Man Made. This piece was installed outside between a pole and a tree , over the sidewalk, eye level. Curator: Liav Mizrahi
Triple Thread 2017. Bulbous Stone and Cable. 50cmT*3mL. Yesodot, Nahal Soreq, Israel.
A cut string of Giant Beads represents the tragic memory of Three Women who lost their lives in an accident near this location. In collaboration with the Nahal Soreq Municipality and the Yesodot Community.
Well of Living Waters 2016. Stone and Cement with Aluminium Print Bottom. 50 cm cr. Musrara, Jerusalem, Israel.
A Well Symbol for life, hope, change, and also conflict. Set in the community garden of the Ultra orthodox community of Musrarah, and built together with the local children, after a number of years of community upheavel and poverty. Curator: Shimon Pinto
Scarred and Zippered 2015. Giant Zipper and Fabric installed in windows of old structure. 5 meters long. Haniviim St. Jerusalem, Israel.
The Scar of struggle and pain caused by a cultural divide. The divided History of Jerusalem meets here on this corner of Haniviim St. in Jerusalem. Curator: Rami Ozeri
Where Rachel Dwells 2015. Photograph, Video Projection (Clip of 6.20' video above), Stones. Photo: 120X128 cm. Stones: 100X100 cr. Heichal Shlomo Museum, Jerusalem.
In Marriage and Childbirth one identity disintegrates while a new identity emerges and needs to be rebuilt and expanded. Curator: Nurit Sirkis Bank
Miriam's Well 2016. Stones, Video Projection, Barrel Base. Stones: 100x100 cr. Binyenei Haumah, Jerusalem.
Well and Water are universally symbolic, used countlessly as metaphors in Jewish history and philosophy. Curator: Adiya Porat Krigler
Was, Is, and Will Be. 2018. Found Objects and Interactive Light Installation. Site Specific for Abandoned Etz Haim Building, Jerusalem.
Interacting with the shadows in a room arranged to invoke the historical, invites an interaction between the past and the present.
Let it Burn. 2017. clip of 10' video shown above.
Portraying a ritual of mother and daughter burning sentimental drawings and notebooks spanning over twenty years.