A Desire Path Pushing Through a Minefield contemplates the connection between land and body, memory and circumstance, and how all these are intertwined whilst attempting …

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‘Endurance is a Flower’ deals with the notions of movement, migration and survival. These broad and global experiences are intimately observed through the story of …

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The experience of Covid-19 is a collective one. This is an exceptional time to be alive in the sense that pretty much everyone currently existing …

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In support of the protests and resistance movements in our collective present, I’ve created these images. Download them, print them, put them on signs, share …

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Taking Sides / Mekudeshet Festival, Jerusalem from this islimbo on Vimeo.

A series of interventions around Jerusalem created in collaboration and as part of the Mekudeshet Festival throughout September, 2019

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White Flags – A collaboration between Know Hope and Icy+Sot

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In ‘A Pathology of Hope’, Yekutieli uses the gallery space to create a large scale index, an encompassing installation composed of found objects, mixed media …

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Located near the Green Line In Jerusalem on the seam of the Talpiot Industrial Zone and Beit Safafa, this abandoned flour factory was caught in …

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It Took Me Till Now To Find You - Lazarides Gallery from this islimbo on Vimeo.

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NUART FESTIVAL 2017 - KNOW HOPE (IL) from NUART on Vimeo.

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During my stay in Stavanger, I collected stories of heartbreak written by locals. The following stages of this project were then divided into two realms- …

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For this exhibition I collected letters written by Palestinians and Israelis, with the aim of hearing about notions of belonging, of homeland and longing. The …

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Parallels from this islimbo on Vimeo.

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In ‘Parallels’, the documentation of a series of site-specific interventions, each essentially creating a ‘border’, form the basis of this video installation. These interventions were …

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Since early 2016, I’ve been corresponding with incarcerated individuals currently serving sentences on death row in a Nashville prison. Following this correspondence, fragments of sentences …

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Continuing the artists’ research on the nature of borders, patriotism and national identity, ‘The Truth, As Told In Our Mother Tongue’ continues this line of …

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In Empathy, artist Addam Yekutieli reexamines his text-based works in the public space. Originally, the words and phrases Yekutieli uses illuminate daily life situations, emphasizing …

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Truth and Method is firmly based on real human situations, continuing a process of extensive observations of context and appropriation whilst providing greater insight into …

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An ongoing series of pieces first started in London in 2013, Taking Sides aims to examine the concept of territory and the notion of adopting …

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A series of site-specific pieces created in Djerba, Tunisia during a residency in the village in July, 2014

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Documentation of the dynamic lifespan of outdoor work in various settings. The changes shown are as a result of organic circumstances with no interference on behalf of …

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With the time capsule project, the primary intentions and hopes were to create a collective time capsule with the people met during the artists stay …

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As part of a short residency in the city, pieces from the ongoing project ‘Taking Sides’ were presented in this group exhibition. Continuing a series …

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In an attempt to show the correlation between the individual and the collective being, ‘Water Takes the Shape of its Container’ presents a portrayal of …

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Truth and Method is firmly based on real human situations, continuing a process of extensive observations of context and appropriation whilst providing greater insight into …

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Focusing on the amorphic  notion of collective memory and its relation to the subjective experience and collection of our personal memories, ‘Re-reading the Ripples’ examined …

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Site-specific installation created as part of the ‘Brutal’ exhibition, an off-site production by Lazarides Gallery.

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Addressing the human condition and its collective social existence through a series of unique works and a site-specific installation, the exhibition questions the ubiquitous notion …

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Installation shown as part of the ‘Inside Job’ group exhibtion at the Helena Rubenstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv Museum)

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