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Roundabout Tel Aviv (main channel)
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Pereg, Nira 1629,673,1137/P 715
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27'32''
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2007
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RoundAbout Tel-Aviv deals with a society which cannot seem to reproduce anything but its own rituals and motions. The artificial landscape Pereg is reconstructing easily refers back to a Utopian starting position. The fragile relationships which Pereg contracts in this work, are disturbed by the use of a computer animated helicopter. The introduction of this element, which barges into the "real" surface of the work, brings with it a historical and politically familiar and relevant content. But this "threat" goes unnoticed, and the machine of social events, keeps moving in its circular movement, presenting this constructed model, as an impossible reality, driven both by hi-tech as well as by an archaic wish for destruction. (2006-2007)

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

Roundabout Tel Aviv (main channel)

RoundAbout Tel-Aviv deals with a society which cannot seem to reproduce anything but its own rituals and motions. The artificial landscape Pereg is reconstructing easily refers back to a Utopian starting position. The fragile relationships which Pereg contracts in this work, are disturbed by the use of a computer animated helicopter. The introduction of this element, which barges into the "real" surface of the work, brings with it a historical and politically familiar and relevant content. But this "threat" goes unnoticed, and the machine of social events, keeps moving in its circular movement, presenting this constructed model, as an impossible reality, driven both by hi-tech as well as by an archaic wish for destruction. (2006-2007)

Catalogue no. 673
File: Pereg, Nira

Catalogue no. 715
File: Pereg, Nira

Catalogue no. 1137
File: Pereg, Nira


Catalogue no. 1628
File: Pereg, Nira

Animal(s)         Puppet         Fear         Israel         Destruction

 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