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These two artists to whom textures are a central part of their work - one working with ceramics, the other with concrete - are leaving the privacy of their studios for a shared pubic space in order to examine a common creative process - a dialogue of molds and castings. The products of this encounter, both shared and individual, will accumulate during their site-specific residency and be dynamically exhibited - an action in the making.
This artistic creation is a performative art-lab of two plastic artists invited by Sahar Azimi, the curator of "Be-Ahava" - a cooperative space for creative process located in Kdumim Square in Old Jaffa.
by: Efrat Eyal
by: Sharon Pazner
A graduate of the Ceramic Design Department at the Bezalel Academy, Efrat is an artist who creates objects and installation art using various techniques, including casting and free sculpting of ready made items, combining fractured ceramic pieces and left-overs, thus processing various states of materials. Her artistic language is based on dismantling and re-assembling forms, icons and symbols from art and ceramic history; a process that simulates regeneration - re-growth using an existing base.
An architect and artist, Sharon studied architecture at the Bezalel academy and Ecole d'Architecture Paris la Villette. Her works combine concrete alongside daily materials and objects like nails, screws, nuts, wood pieces and more. In art Sharon choses a builder’s toolbox instead of the standard color palette.
Sharon creates fossils of the present.
Kedumim square | Old Jaffa
9-12 / 2 | Wednesday-Saturday
Opening hours | 10:00 - 16:00