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What began in​ "Habitat" as a journey to examine the Jewish character and its place in the world diverges in this work into an obsession with Henech Kon, the Polish-born composer of the movie "Dybbuk," which has now become a symbol of an extinct artistic community. Kon, a relatively anonymous figure, becomes a personal dybbuk that compels Latzman to recreate him and his music within this video. Latzman wanders Warsaw looking for leads of Kon and collaborates with a local musician, Raphael Roginski who then remakes and perform Kon’s piece. And so, a pseudoscientific study of Jewish existence transforms into the artist's obsession with creating a body of work, while reflecting that which cannot be studied.

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

My Soul Cleaveth Unto Thee

What began in​ "Habitat" as a journey to examine the Jewish character and its place in the world diverges in this work into an obsession with Henech Kon, the Polish-born composer of the movie "Dybbuk," which has now become a symbol of an extinct artistic community. Kon, a relatively anonymous figure, becomes a personal dybbuk that compels Latzman to recreate him and his music within this video. Latzman wanders Warsaw looking for leads of Kon and collaborates with a local musician, Raphael Roginski who then remakes and perform Kon’s piece. And so, a pseudoscientific study of Jewish existence transforms into the artist's obsession with creating a body of work, while reflecting that which cannot be studied.

 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
 

Belongings / Tamar Latzman
Udi Edelman