Series of 22 postcards
Participated in a group exhibition "Deconstruction" at École supérieure des beaux-arts de Nîmes, France in October 2017.
Postcards: Each 10*15 cm
2 sides Laser printing on Duplex carton
Postcard stand: 2 meters*40 cm
A realistic picture made artificially.
The terrains were sculpted by using a 3D modeling software with real data from actual terrains all around the world. The surfaces are molded into the terrains, creating a semi-realistic feeling to the image. A contrast between the locations is being kept: A surface from Israel on a terrain from Alaska.
The postcards are a display of a semantic connection between the words "Exile" and "Postcard" in the Hebrew language: גלות וגלויה (Galut=exile and Gluya=postcard), both from the same root.
These landscapes present a world that exists only virtually. Our exile is not to a physical place, but a virtual one, and it had started from the moment we hooked up to the digital space.
View from the installation at École supérieure des beaux-arts de Nîmes, October 2017