Works by Diana Artus (DE), Hirohito Nomoto (JP), Pola Sieverding (DE) and Eli Singalovski (IL)
Curated by Tina Sauerländer, peer to space
May 26 until July 9, 2016
Opening: May 26, 2016
3 Hamif’al St.
66535 Tel Aviv, Israel
We are surrounded by our city. Its architecture, that often survived many generations of humans, tells about ever-changing values of a society. The buildings reflect this process and echo history. Edifices decay, become demolished, knocked down or restored. The international artists from different cultural backgrounds participating in the exhibition have visited and captured residential buildings around the world. With their own visual language they explore relations between humans and their self-created surroundings, living conditions, esthetic approaches, personal fate. In the space of the exhibition architectural sites mediated through each artists’ personal view reveal its presence. Distinctions, similarities or correlations of buildings from different parts of the world become sensible. The exhibition offers the viewer to experience his environments embedded in a global cross-cultural context to reveal a new perspective on his own surroundings.