Curator: Tal Ben-Zvi
A video installation functioning as a symbolic territory, as a monument for the artist's place of childhood - Kibbutz Kinneret.
The basalt rocks that were brought from this mythological kibbutz constitute the framework within which the biographical, familial and kibbutz institutes are dismantled to their components.
At the center there is the patriarchal father institute - the male institutes that are capable of organizing, institutionalizing, disciplining and subordinating the artist's life and the public space in which it takes place, as long as he
is present in the kibbutz, and as long as he
is absent from it.
On the other side there is the mother climbing trees, a meaningless or a functional act within the space in which she
The kibbutz, Zionist territory is revealed as a psychoanalytical field of action in which the father institute and the mother figure dominate the territory and mark it.
The hunter, subject to functional logic, uses the mother, the father, anything within this territory, to establish his
existence, but the eclectic hunting troubles him and he
cannot find peace for himself.