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Now at the Center

New Exhibition: Trans(A)gression

Trans(a)gression is a solo exhibition by Gil Yefman, that creates an enveloping space composed of felted and knitted objects, resembling duplicated internal organs. Electronic sensing devices are embedded into the organs – security cameras, loudspeakers, and microphones – that register and emit impressions. They react to the people present in the space, creating a sense of wandering inside an organic body.

curator: Udi Edelman

The exhibition was created as part of a new exhibition space for projects that examine affective relationships between objects and subjects, and provide viewers with an unmediated multisensory experience.
 

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Current Exhibition: Home Is

 Contemporary Video Art from Ethiopia and Ethiopian Diaspora 

Participating Artists:
Betelhem Makonnen, Yacob Bizuneh, Tewodros Kifle, Ezra Wube, Mulugeta Gebrekidan, Kibrom Gebremedhin, Helina Metaferia, Martha Haile, Berhanu Ashagrie, Esther Wonde, Robel Temesgen, Hanoch Wube, Naod Lemma, Helen Zeru

Curator: Ezra Wube

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Current Exhibition: Caveman / David Malasa

Works by David Malasa (1987-2019) express a strong sense of urgency and a burning desire to create art everywhere, at any given moment: on found paper, Social Security and tax-income forms, canvases, cardboards and anything else available. For Malasa, the whole world served as a creative platform.

His parents immigrated from Ethiopia, and their first years were spent in Gush Katif. When he turned two, they moved to Jessy Cohen, where Malasa resided until his military service. After his service, he traveled abroad, and later moved to the North of Israel, where he studied animation at Tel-Hai College. After his graduation he continued to live there, until his tragic death at 32.  

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Private Lessons @ Max- Machines and Crafts

Do you have an idea you want to execute and don't know how?

Want to learn how to design and work with a 3D printer or laser cutting machine?

We are opening a one-hour private lessons plan. At your own pace.

Step by step, from design to final product.

The classes are suitable for children and adults, beginners and professionals.

Cost per hour is 150 NIS

Price does not include materials. Option for meeting in the lab or an online lesson.

Further details: Max@digitalartlab.org.il

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The Center Online

A new radio program in Halas Audio was born out of the quarantine period: At Home – Ilan Volkov hosts various musicians and plays unique tracks from his records collection from all around the world.  

We also started a new regular segment on our Facebook page - Archive's Choice – where we share each time an artwork from our video archive.

Border Patrol supplement of Ma'arav is online.

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The Scratch Orchestra

Scratch Orchestra is a term coined by English composer Cornelius Cardew in the 1960s. The idea is that everybody who likes to play can do so, and not only that, but also take part in composing a musical piece that is meaningful to them. The Jessy Cohen Scratch Orchetra have been meeting regularly since January 2014, guided by Dan Weinstein, Amnon Wolman and Tom Soloveitzik.Participants are: Duba Levanon, Ruti Levy, Dina Menahem, Lea Poni, Dorit Pintu, Shosh Charhi, Ada Rahamim, Tzipi Dabach.

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Music Studio @ the Center

In July 2017, a rehearsals + recording studio has opened at the Center. The studio is for neighborhood residents and every person who likes to play music and needs a place to learn, practice and record. 
 

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System Ali House - Beit System Ali 

The System Ali House - Beit System Ali  based at the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon aspires to be a home and a stage for pioneering musical and theatrical creation while working artistically and educationally with the  local community. Various creative workshops for youth are being held weekly at the Beit System Ali: rap, poetry, music production and more. 

A special Concert by System Ali will take place on January 13 8pm, celebrating their move to the Center at the beginning of this year.  

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Ma'arav

Online Magazine for Art and Culture

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Institute for Public Presence

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Max machimnes & Crafts

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Project Gym

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HALAS Audio

Holon Art Lab Audio Services 

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From the Archive
Video Archive

The video archive focuses on video art from the Middle East, East Europe, and the Balkans, creates an area for research and functions as a space for gathering valuable data and resources for contemporary art curators, writers and theorists. The archive is being uploaded to the web theses days. To watch the works please contact via email: info@digitalartlab.org.il or call 972(3)-5568792

Jesscaffe - Community Café
Jesscafé

Jessecafé, a community cafe, has been operating in the center since 2015. It was conceived in the Glocal Neighbors project, a collaboration between Jessy Cohen and Nordbahnhof neighborhood in Stuttgart, Germany.
 

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

New Exhibition: Trans(A)gression

Current Exhibition: Home Is

Current Exhibition: Caveman / David Malasa

Private Lessons @ Max- Machines and Crafts

The Center Online

The Scratch Orchestra

Music Studio @ the Center

System Ali House - Beit System Ali 

Trans(a)gression is a solo exhibition by Gil Yefman, that creates an enveloping space composed of felted and knitted objects, resembling duplicated internal organs. Electronic sensing devices are embedded into the organs – security cameras, loudspeakers, and microphones – that register and emit impressions. They react to the people present in the space, creating a sense of wandering inside an organic body.

curator: Udi Edelman

The exhibition was created as part of a new exhibition space for projects that examine affective relationships between objects and subjects, and provide viewers with an unmediated multisensory experience.
 

 Contemporary Video Art from Ethiopia and Ethiopian Diaspora 

Participating Artists:
Betelhem Makonnen, Yacob Bizuneh, Tewodros Kifle, Ezra Wube, Mulugeta Gebrekidan, Kibrom Gebremedhin, Helina Metaferia, Martha Haile, Berhanu Ashagrie, Esther Wonde, Robel Temesgen, Hanoch Wube, Naod Lemma, Helen Zeru

Curator: Ezra Wube

Works by David Malasa (1987-2019) express a strong sense of urgency and a burning desire to create art everywhere, at any given moment: on found paper, Social Security and tax-income forms, canvases, cardboards and anything else available. For Malasa, the whole world served as a creative platform.

His parents immigrated from Ethiopia, and their first years were spent in Gush Katif. When he turned two, they moved to Jessy Cohen, where Malasa resided until his military service. After his service, he traveled abroad, and later moved to the North of Israel, where he studied animation at Tel-Hai College. After his graduation he continued to live there, until his tragic death at 32.  

Do you have an idea you want to execute and don't know how?

Want to learn how to design and work with a 3D printer or laser cutting machine?

We are opening a one-hour private lessons plan. At your own pace.

Step by step, from design to final product.

The classes are suitable for children and adults, beginners and professionals.

Cost per hour is 150 NIS

Price does not include materials. Option for meeting in the lab or an online lesson.

Further details: Max@digitalartlab.org.il

A new radio program in Halas Audio was born out of the quarantine period: At Home – Ilan Volkov hosts various musicians and plays unique tracks from his records collection from all around the world.  

We also started a new regular segment on our Facebook page - Archive's Choice – where we share each time an artwork from our video archive.

Border Patrol supplement of Ma'arav is online.

Scratch Orchestra is a term coined by English composer Cornelius Cardew in the 1960s. The idea is that everybody who likes to play can do so, and not only that, but also take part in composing a musical piece that is meaningful to them. The Jessy Cohen Scratch Orchetra have been meeting regularly since January 2014, guided by Dan Weinstein, Amnon Wolman and Tom Soloveitzik.Participants are: Duba Levanon, Ruti Levy, Dina Menahem, Lea Poni, Dorit Pintu, Shosh Charhi, Ada Rahamim, Tzipi Dabach.

In July 2017, a rehearsals + recording studio has opened at the Center. The studio is for neighborhood residents and every person who likes to play music and needs a place to learn, practice and record. 
 

The System Ali House - Beit System Ali  based at the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon aspires to be a home and a stage for pioneering musical and theatrical creation while working artistically and educationally with the  local community. Various creative workshops for youth are being held weekly at the Beit System Ali: rap, poetry, music production and more. 

A special Concert by System Ali will take place on January 13 8pm, celebrating their move to the Center at the beginning of this year.  

Ma'arav

Institute for Public Presence

Max machimnes & Crafts

Project Gym

HALAS Audio

Online Magazine for Art and Culture

Holon Art Lab Audio Services 

The video archive focuses on video art from the Middle East, East Europe, and the Balkans, creates an area for research and functions as a space for gathering valuable data and resources for contemporary art curators, writers and theorists. The archive is being uploaded to the web theses days. To watch the works please contact via email: info@digitalartlab.org.il or call 972(3)-5568792

Jessecafé, a community cafe, has been operating in the center since 2015. It was conceived in the Glocal Neighbors project, a collaboration between Jessy Cohen and Nordbahnhof neighborhood in Stuttgart, Germany.
 

 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