Fall (Nachshon Gallery, Kibbutz Nachshon
The work deals with the phenomenon of counter forces, specifically the twilight zone between control and the loss of control.
The installation is a four-metre high corner construction made out of wood that opens as a quarter of an inverted umbrella on which different size glass surfaces are gently balanced.
The title for the work Fall suggests the potential breaking of this balance. “Fall” can mean the irreversible breakage and destruction of these glass surfaces. Equally, though, it suggests the Hebrew translation of the word “fall” which is “waterfall”, a non-destructive natural occurrence whose cyclical, flowing process of renewal is at odds with the artificially produced glass and wood. Unlike water, these objects can only end through being destroyed.