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DigiWounds
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Catalogue no. 411 File: Pereg, Nira Catalogue no. 715 File: Pereg, Nira
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2003
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Nira Pereg is exhibiting two works. In DigiWounds she presents how digital cuts are performed on her body, virtual wounds, a simulation of ”self help” postures, as they appear in the IDF handbook, ”First Aid for Civilians.”

The second work, G-Spotting, is a search for the pleasure zone of the look. In keeping with commands, which are read out aloud, the camera moves horizontally and vertically over an architectural landscape towards what seems like pleasure zones. Although the search is visual, the image remains unplanned, following the sound and carrying out each command. While using the urban landscape as a chart of the female body, the work touches on the themes of surveillance, modern weaponry and pornography.

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

DigiWounds

Nira Pereg is exhibiting two works. In DigiWounds she presents how digital cuts are performed on her body, virtual wounds, a simulation of ”self help” postures, as they appear in the IDF handbook, ”First Aid for Civilians.”

The second work, G-Spotting, is a search for the pleasure zone of the look. In keeping with commands, which are read out aloud, the camera moves horizontally and vertically over an architectural landscape towards what seems like pleasure zones. Although the search is visual, the image remains unplanned, following the sound and carrying out each command. While using the urban landscape as a chart of the female body, the work touches on the themes of surveillance, modern weaponry and pornography.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis