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Rest area, 2018, Bat Yam Museum

Garbage cans, Fire extinguishing system, burned metal. 

In this space we encounter two orders, two entities: the garbage and the extinguishing. These are two symbolic structures with representations in the Israeli landscape. On one side, the burnt industrial dustbin stands erected, a sign of unrestrained passion, an attempt to revolt that was suppressed and extinguished, waiting for the right time to erupt again. On the other, a sophisticated fire-fighting system, experienced in disasters which will maintain the existing order at any price.

The gallery space demonstrates constant anxiety from change, but also a golden opportunity for trust-building processes between the two.