The Underground Refrigerator Project was a multidisciplinary art event that took place in the industrial space that used to serve as the central cold storage at the Tel Aviv wholesale market. I was invited to showcase my video installation, Lift, as part of this amazing event. The exhibition also marked my first art show back home since I have left for Canada.
Today’s copy of the Edmonton Examiner has a story about our exhibition ‘Untitled (It’s Almost a One-Liner)’ by Doug Johnson. You can read the article here.
Sarah Beck and I will be presenting Untitled (It’s Almost a One-Liner) at Harcourt House.
Harcourt House is located on the 3rd Floor at 10215 – 112th Street.
Opening Reception and Artist Talk: Thursday April 23rd, 7 – 10pm.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am to 5pm.
The show runs until May 27th, 2015.
I am thrilled to share with everyone that Manifestation will be showcased at the Reject Radicals Festival taking place in Rotterdam, Holland between January 22 – February 1, 2015.
The newest issue of Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine has published an insightful article by Paul Rocca about Untitled (It’s almost a one-liner). You can read it here.