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Working in the Where To? Archive, Ronen Eidelman and Guy Briller examined the question of "home"- What is home? What turns a place into a home? Home as a permanent factor or as something that changes constantly; the Destruction of the Temple; national home; the Jewish home/ a home for the Jewish people.

They continued exploring materials from their previous project Nine Days in Av, in which they have traveled across the country in a trailer converted into a mobile studio. The journey allowed ongoing interventions in different locations (urban spaces as well as open spaces).Those intervention were recorded non stop and broadcasted live in the project’s website.

In addition they researched ideas of relevant movements such as: Brit Shalom; Medinat Weimar- The Movement for a Jewish State in Thuringia, Deutschland; Builders of Zion Left; Matzpen; The Bund; Cnaanites and more

Briller and Eidelman also invited guests to talk about Zionism, home and destruction. Within the guests they were Zemer Plugot (Zohar Elmakias, Tzion Hazan, Raz Weiner, Neta Weiner), Yulie Khromchenco, Muhammad Jabali, Dan Goldenblatt, Arthur and Arlean Eidelman.

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

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Working in the Where To? Archive, Ronen Eidelman and Guy Briller examined the question of "home"- What is home? What turns a place into a home? Home as a permanent factor or as something that changes constantly; the Destruction of the Temple; national home; the Jewish home/ a home for the Jewish people.

They continued exploring materials from their previous project Nine Days in Av, in which they have traveled across the country in a trailer converted into a mobile studio. The journey allowed ongoing interventions in different locations (urban spaces as well as open spaces).Those intervention were recorded non stop and broadcasted live in the project’s website.

In addition they researched ideas of relevant movements such as: Brit Shalom; Medinat Weimar- The Movement for a Jewish State in Thuringia, Deutschland; Builders of Zion Left; Matzpen; The Bund; Cnaanites and more

Briller and Eidelman also invited guests to talk about Zionism, home and destruction. Within the guests they were Zemer Plugot (Zohar Elmakias, Tzion Hazan, Raz Weiner, Neta Weiner), Yulie Khromchenco, Muhammad Jabali, Dan Goldenblatt, Arthur and Arlean Eidelman.

 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
 

Kasia Krakowiak
Conference: Education and Art in the Public Sphere