In The Agency for Legal Imagination: 2015-18 Dr. Feldman discusses my work, and 2018 exhibition at Ludlow 38 - 5846, 5851, and 5852 vs. the Population and Immigration Authority made in collaboration with Asaf Weitzen adv. "...this publication functions as a report that provides an in-depth overview and visual picture of the ALI's various activities since 2015. On the one hand, the book establishes a curatorial field of research and practice about the reciprocity between law a
Abshalomy by the Artist, Curator and Activist, Prof. Shula Keshet is an Intertuxtual Reading in Hebrew Modern Literature. I am humbled and happy that my work Absalom (2010) is discussed by Prof. Keshet in her book and serves on its cover. https://www.kibutz-poalim.co.il/abshalomy #publication #bookcover
An exhibition and series of events all about law and justice.
New works by: Public Movement, Roee Rosen, Thalia Hoffman, Hinda Weiss in collaboration with Adv. Asaf Weitzen, Einat Amir in collaboration with Dr. Orly Idan and legal consultancy by Dr. Tally Kritzman-Amir Curated by Avi Feldman in collaboration with Vardit Gross I will be showing a new video work '5846, 5851 and 5852 against the Population and Immigration Authority'. The work is the result of collaboration with
Curater: Karni Barzilay at Artists Studios Jerusalem Artist: Liliana Farber, Yaron Lapid, Rami Maymon, Tamar Nissim, Hinda Weiss "The events of the last summer have brought various subterranean motifs (from shelters to tunnels) into the heart of the public discourse, leading me to reflect on the gamut of possibilities to go into hiding/conceal oneself/disappear – to exist outside of everyday life." (Karni Barzilay) http://www.artiststudiosjlm.org/ #exhibition #publication
I have organized and will be taking part in Artport's kitchenette about manifestos. Nir Harel and I read together many manifestos. We chose the bits we liked and together with non manifesto texts we found relevant, created a booklet to be read together out loud. Also, we asked the kichenette participants to bring and read their own manifestos. "Continuing in the rich tradition of kitchen table discussions world over, Artport residents invite you to an evening of savory soup,