Hilla Ben Ari: The Voice that Calls to Itself
from Precolumbian to Contemporary Art
Israeli artist Hilla Ben Ari’s poetic installation pays tribute to unsung master of the papercut Moshe Reifer.
Her sweeping multichannel video work, created in collaboration with dancers and artists from various fields, converses with Reifer’s complex papercuts.
The slim, elegant exhibition catalogue comprises a survey of Ben Ari’s interdisciplinary art by exhibition curator Timna Seligman and an essay about the life and work of Moshe Reifer by Yael Hoz, as well as beautiful installation shots, video stills, and photographs of the papercuts that inspired the entire project.
22 x 16 cm
Weight 650 g Dimensions 22 × 16 × 1.5 cm Language
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