November 2011
 

Student Break | Efrat Goldstien | Little Women | November 30.11

During her first three years in school, Efrat Goldstien used only black and white… Who would have known that this girl will have the most vibrant collection of them all?! Efrat’s project deals with her criticism against the women of the fifties and their role at home. By humor and exaggeration she tried …

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Student Break | Chen Bar Kalifa | Lost in Translation | November 28.11

Natural disasters. We don’t have too many around here but last year the disruptive fire that killed most of the Carmel Forest was one of those moments you can’t leave behind… Most of Chen Bar Kalifa’s childhood memories vanished with this fire and suddenly his colorful memories transformed into a sad world of …

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Student Break | Lenny Uzan | R for Red | November 27.11

In “Captive”, Lenny Uzan’s graduation project, there is a dialog between two artists. First, the Palestinian Mona Hatoum, who exposes in her work the experience of displacement, detachment and wandering, while raising questions about freedom and political borders. By her side the Israeli Erez Israeli, who copes with bereavement, death, memorial, forgetfulness and …

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Student Break | Hila Martuzana | The Rhythm of Paper |

The cycle of nature and the transition between seasons are the inspiration behind Hila Martuzana’s collection. Changes in climate, motion, rhythm, smells and feelings, all of which are the focal point in this white parade. I can go on and on about the logistics and inspiration behind it all but the fact of …

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Student Break | Yael Korotich | Nature’s Texture |

Yael Korotic is a third year student at the Textile Design Department of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. While visiting lecturer, Ayelet Iontef‘s Home Textile Class I was blown away by Yael’s presentation and her naturalistic prints. She created her own personal interpretation for a back to nature concept in a minimalistic …

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