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Livnot (To Build)
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Compilations 1301/S 391
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2003
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In her video piece Livnot (to build), Ruti Sela is dressed up in the fearsome image of Education Minister Limor Livnat and mimics her while teaching a child how to build a wall.

The work is also found on the screening program, “Re-Constructions” curated by Maya Pasternak and Galit Eilat for the Jerusalem Film Festival, 2009. The program deals with the construction of consciousness in Israeli architectural and textual space.

Catalogue no. 391
File: Sela, Ruti

Catalogue no. 1301
File: Compilations

Identity         Performance         Education         Youth         Israel         Wall

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

Livnot (To Build)

In her video piece Livnot (to build), Ruti Sela is dressed up in the fearsome image of Education Minister Limor Livnat and mimics her while teaching a child how to build a wall.

The work is also found on the screening program, “Re-Constructions” curated by Maya Pasternak and Galit Eilat for the Jerusalem Film Festival, 2009. The program deals with the construction of consciousness in Israeli architectural and textual space.

Catalogue no. 391
File: Sela, Ruti

Catalogue no. 1301
File: Compilations

Identity         Performance         Education         Youth         Israel         Wall

 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