Although Tel Aviv is considered to be the center of the contemporary Israeli art scene, Jerusalem has historically been recognized as a global center of culture and spirituality. Hence, the show will suggest that centralism is negotiable - determined superficially rather than substantially. It wishes to undermine the supremacy that often accompanies claims of centralism and present it as an ever- changing, fluid term that shifts according to different perspectives, circumstances and times. The works in the show deal with disrupted hierarchies and orders, while working within molds and methods only to break them or to examine them, through intuitional didacticism and questions of substance and triviality.
Hila Lulu Lin Farah Kufr Birim Elham Rokni
Curator: Nogah Davidson