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Installation view at Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

Photo-luminescent vinyl, fluorescent lights, PA sound system; Original Music: Dj Onefinger

"Safe and Sound II offers a compressed life cycle of darkness and light and back again, in correspondence with an old 90's rave track, Dj Onfinger. 

Glowing photo-luminescent film, usually used as thin strips marking emergency staircases and seat locations in dark theaters, here becomes the main protagonist. 

This work is deeply rooted in the clubs of counter culture and premature vandal tendencies, where darkness allows for another kind of safety and sound is the mechanism for manipulation and dominance, rather than sight."

-Gilly Karjevsky

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

Safe and Sound II

Installation view at Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

Photo-luminescent vinyl, fluorescent lights, PA sound system; Original Music: Dj Onefinger

"Safe and Sound II offers a compressed life cycle of darkness and light and back again, in correspondence with an old 90's rave track, Dj Onfinger. 

Glowing photo-luminescent film, usually used as thin strips marking emergency staircases and seat locations in dark theaters, here becomes the main protagonist. 

This work is deeply rooted in the clubs of counter culture and premature vandal tendencies, where darkness allows for another kind of safety and sound is the mechanism for manipulation and dominance, rather than sight."

-Gilly Karjevsky

 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