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Trace, 2012

Maya Zack: Counterlight

Trace, 2012

The exhibition—a surreal, mental and somewhat physical journey into the past, memories, mind and soul of the poet Paul Celan—revolves around a central video piece, accompanied by an installation of sculptural elements, computer-generated images and drawings. The video’s protagonist nurtures an obsession for Celan—his life, his works, his women and his exiles.

The video Counterlight was produced with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund; the Israel Lottery Council for Culture & Arts; Artis Grant Program; Outset Contemporary Art Fund; a grant from the Claims Conference; and Kronos Aerial Photography

The book "Le Mémoire en Action" / "Acting Memory" was published with the support of the Israel Lottery Council for Culture & Arts, in cooperation with the Shpilman Institute of Photography

Other exhibitions

Muhammad Abo Salme: Cascade
Theatre of Animals
Green Through and Through
Netta Lieber Sheffer: Shattered Hopes and Roads not taken