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Low Relief II
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480 Bartana, Yael
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2004
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Relief is an ancient artistic technique and often placed over triumphal arches and victory columns; they document events in sequential scenes, much like cinematic frames and frequently commemorate historical or mythical images of hunting, war and siege, emphasizing the heroic might of victors as opposed to their enemies’ fall. 

In Low Relief II, Bartana applies a low relief filter to images of a demonstration, similar to Low Relief I (2003), and continues her preoccupation with ritualistic characteristics of Israeli norms and culture. 

Catalogue No. 480
File: Bartana, Yael

 

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Low Relief II

Relief is an ancient artistic technique and often placed over triumphal arches and victory columns; they document events in sequential scenes, much like cinematic frames and frequently commemorate historical or mythical images of hunting, war and siege, emphasizing the heroic might of victors as opposed to their enemies’ fall. 

In Low Relief II, Bartana applies a low relief filter to images of a demonstration, similar to Low Relief I (2003), and continues her preoccupation with ritualistic characteristics of Israeli norms and culture. 

Catalogue No. 480
File: Bartana, Yael

 

 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