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In ’Berkeley’s Island,’ the first video to address his position of domestic artist, Ben-Ner places a small sandy island complete with a palm tree in the middle of his kitchen and becomes a shipwreck survivor living in solitude amidst domestic life going on around him. Through existential introspection combined with often hilarious use of resources that the kitchen set provides (”I learned to use what the island supplied me with”), ’Berkeley’s Island’ depicts the home environment as an exile and simultaneously as a place to escape from.

Camera: Miki Israel, Raam Don
Assistant camera: Eliran Knoler
Lighting: Itzik Levy
Grip: Ofir Rotem
Editor: Doron Solomons
With: Guy & Elia Ben-Ner

 

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

Berkeley’s Island

In ’Berkeley’s Island,’ the first video to address his position of domestic artist, Ben-Ner places a small sandy island complete with a palm tree in the middle of his kitchen and becomes a shipwreck survivor living in solitude amidst domestic life going on around him. Through existential introspection combined with often hilarious use of resources that the kitchen set provides (”I learned to use what the island supplied me with”), ’Berkeley’s Island’ depicts the home environment as an exile and simultaneously as a place to escape from.

Camera: Miki Israel, Raam Don
Assistant camera: Eliran Knoler
Lighting: Itzik Levy
Grip: Ofir Rotem
Editor: Doron Solomons
With: Guy & Elia Ben-Ner

 

 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