Past Exhibitions

Ann Lislegaard: Paraspace

Ann Lislegaard: Paraspace

Ann Lislegaard’s (b. 1964, Norway) layered work is a reading of technological existence in a world that blurs the distinction between living creatures and machines. Lislegaard uses science fiction as raw material for constructing spaces which confront concrete architectural spaces and fictitious ones, examining the dialectics between interior and exterior in changing environments. In her work Crystal World (after J.G. Ballard) (2006) she juxtaposes architect Lina Bo Bardi’s Glass House (1951) on the outskirts of São Paulo with the crystal jungle in J.G. Ballard’s 1966 novel Crystal World.



Wednesday 10 June 2015


Wednesday 16 September 2015


The Agnes and Beny Steinmetz Wing for Architecture and Design Gallery 3 Herta and Paul Amir Building


Meira Yagid-Haimovici


The exhibition was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Norwegian Embassy in Israel

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  • מתוך האנימציה התלת–ממדית בֵּלוֹנָה (בעקבות סמואל דילייני), 2005
  • from Crystal World (after J.G. Ballard), 2006 Image courtesy of the artist and Murray Guy, New York