Hagra 33, 2017
In a few nostalgic corners, scattered throughout the neighborhood of Neve Shaanan, the dormant eolianite range on which it sits peeks through. Few will notice this stone that builds Tel Aviv (and in fact the whole region), amongst the concrete forests that cover it.
The range constitutes a remnant of a different time; footprints of processes that happened in old places and communities, things that transpire today. The images, installed as sculptural objects in the space, penetrate the concrete walls, exposing the quiet and neglected traces of eolianite from within them.