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2007
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Taipei Fines Arts Museum (2007) / Jewish Theater Stockholm (2010) With the participation of Cristiana Morganti Editing: Yair Nahshon “Lee Yanor creates a kind of monumental and infinitely layered memory game, which weaves together a multitude of images and associations. She draws together, exposes and conceals memory images from numerous places and periods – transforming them into a unified whole. She reexamines the right to freeze movement and to break it down into individual components. At the same time, Yanor wishes to examine the ability to recompose the frozen image-fragments into a vital flow.” Milana Gitzin- Adiram (co-Curator)

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

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Taipei Fines Arts Museum (2007) / Jewish Theater Stockholm (2010) With the participation of Cristiana Morganti Editing: Yair Nahshon “Lee Yanor creates a kind of monumental and infinitely layered memory game, which weaves together a multitude of images and associations. She draws together, exposes and conceals memory images from numerous places and periods – transforming them into a unified whole. She reexamines the right to freeze movement and to break it down into individual components. At the same time, Yanor wishes to examine the ability to recompose the frozen image-fragments into a vital flow.” Milana Gitzin- Adiram (co-Curator)

 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