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The Video art was created as a choreography of repetitive music and repetitive movements in the southern outskirts of Tel Aviv' in a ruin remains of an arb building. The video starts with performative action of covering the hands with hot wax. In order to put the hands in the boiling wax, the hands had to be in the cold water created by throwing ice cubes into the water. Only in the presence of both liquids it was possible to create this massive "handcuffs"." In the second part of the video the wax poured on the table cloth to create a pattern using a traditional technique of dyeing cloth called batik. The presence of the oily wax on the fabric creates the pattern made by the blue dye

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

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The Video art was created as a choreography of repetitive music and repetitive movements in the southern outskirts of Tel Aviv' in a ruin remains of an arb building. The video starts with performative action of covering the hands with hot wax. In order to put the hands in the boiling wax, the hands had to be in the cold water created by throwing ice cubes into the water. Only in the presence of both liquids it was possible to create this massive "handcuffs"." In the second part of the video the wax poured on the table cloth to create a pattern using a traditional technique of dyeing cloth called batik. The presence of the oily wax on the fabric creates the pattern made by the blue dye

 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