Super Local and Timeless
The Master's Program in Industrial Design invites to an exhibition in which the summary projects of eight graduates of the 'About Design' track of the program will be presented. The displayed works deal with questions of place and conflict, gaps and transitions in time.
Avigail Roubini presents a collection of sugar stones, allegedly discovered around Jerusalem and challenges elements of identity, power balances and narratives accumulated in the stones of Jerusalem. Mor Kastin collects raw materials and creates biographical impressions of himself and of Jerusalem, a ritualistic craft which drains into an experience of space. Out of the experience of strolling in Tel Aviv, Daphna Levi Banai takes a look at the urban space as a domain of demolition and construction, creates a new Kurkar, which collects new city materials and examines what the future Kurkar rock of the city will look like. Eden Hevroni deals with odor as a memory theme of a different time, in her hometown of Jaffa, from the desire to learn about the spirit of the period. Adi Yair creates a collection of experimental textile which attempts to decipher and map Israeli fashion today. Naomi Cohen asks how to share intimacy with someone close that lives far away, through the daily piles of clothes. Alon Halamit offers a plan for temporary residential systems, as an alternative to the currently prevailing perception of permanent residence and owning land. Hadar Goralik invites us to an ongoing stroll amongst the suns, in an installation created with the inspiration of documenting the sun across the social networks.
Hansen House, 14 Gdalyahu Alon Street, Jerusalem | 22.7 – 31.7.21
Opening: 22/7 | 17:30
Sunday – Closed
Monday – Thursday 10:00 – 18:00
Friday – 10:00 – 16:00
Saturday – 10:00 – 18:00
Participants: Avigail Roubini, Alon Halamit, Daphna Levi Banai, Hadar Goralik, Mor Kastin, Naomi Cohen, Adi Yair, Eden Hevroni
Head of track: Tal Mor Sinai
Curator: Galit Shevo