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The Kaboom! Process; Temporary Compositions (1-8)
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“Composition 1-8”, is a video work, created in the city of Holon, Israel. Here, the artists explore the tradition of modern sculpture by building various compositions out of mobile, wooden walls. This allegedly playful act aims to deconstruct the essence of the modernistic outdoor sculpture- its heavy material and undisputed site-specific permanence. Here, the sculptural compositions, made by Tati and Dahlgraad, visually resembling the Modern aesthetic- are opposite by definition; they are mobile and light, fleeting and ever changing, without leaving any permanent trace. Therefore, their work mergers the heavy Modern sculpture tradition, with the ideas of contemporary street- art. They create once more, a new crossbreed- a “sculpture graffiti”.

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

The Kaboom! Process; Temporary Compositions (1-8)

“Composition 1-8”, is a video work, created in the city of Holon, Israel. Here, the artists explore the tradition of modern sculpture by building various compositions out of mobile, wooden walls. This allegedly playful act aims to deconstruct the essence of the modernistic outdoor sculpture- its heavy material and undisputed site-specific permanence. Here, the sculptural compositions, made by Tati and Dahlgraad, visually resembling the Modern aesthetic- are opposite by definition; they are mobile and light, fleeting and ever changing, without leaving any permanent trace. Therefore, their work mergers the heavy Modern sculpture tradition, with the ideas of contemporary street- art. They create once more, a new crossbreed- a “sculpture graffiti”.

 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
 

The KABOOM Process - Temporary Compositions
The KABOOM Process - Temporary Compositions
Meir Tati
Søren Dahlgaard