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Eighteen Roses
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The Archive 390
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3'40''
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2003
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Eighteen Roses is a self-reflexive work – on the one hand featuring a song about the disappointing love of an eighteen year old, and on the other, deconstructing the disjointed visual details we see in the video itself.

The work can be found on the compilation, "The Zionist Ventriloquist" curated by Roee Rosen.

The Zionist Ventriloquist brings together Israeli video works based on pop, rock and other musical tunes. All of the featured works employ practices of doubled voices, such as drag, karaoke, puppet mastering, mash-up and dubbing. These are performances that relish the pleasures of singing and dancing, even as they bind them with parody and deception, self-contradiction and simulation. This collection, then, is both a compilation of artworks, a lopsided sequence of music clips, and an ongoing reflection on the voice as a hybrid.

 

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Eighteen Roses

Eighteen Roses is a self-reflexive work – on the one hand featuring a song about the disappointing love of an eighteen year old, and on the other, deconstructing the disjointed visual details we see in the video itself.

The work can be found on the compilation, "The Zionist Ventriloquist" curated by Roee Rosen.

The Zionist Ventriloquist brings together Israeli video works based on pop, rock and other musical tunes. All of the featured works employ practices of doubled voices, such as drag, karaoke, puppet mastering, mash-up and dubbing. These are performances that relish the pleasures of singing and dancing, even as they bind them with parody and deception, self-contradiction and simulation. This collection, then, is both a compilation of artworks, a lopsided sequence of music clips, and an ongoing reflection on the voice as a hybrid.

 

 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