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The Last Transfer 2015 "OpenART", international art 

biennial, Örebro, Sweden   

 

The Last Transfer is composed of three video artworks and a “bombarded” space, full of wreckage. The three works express the individual’s survival struggle with superior forces beyond their control, and even though each work was created separately, in retrospect they became one apocalyptic trilogy. Water, as a main theme, flows throughout the three videos.

In the first part, entitled “Troubled Water”, the water appears as a savior and is a means of arriving to safety and far from war.

In the second video, entitled “Oceans of Lead”, the water is a mirror of war, reflecting my most dreaded horrors.

Lastly, in the third video, entitled “Mehr Licht”, the water is a bearer of self-destruction, a consumer of life, art and everything.

These constructive and destructive forces held by the water at the same time give it an almost unearthly essence, as a bringer of both life and death. The three videos show multiple aspects of water and use them to reflect upon life, loneliness, art and the terror of war.

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The Last Transfer

The Last Transfer 2015 "OpenART", international art 

biennial, Örebro, Sweden   

 

The Last Transfer is composed of three video artworks and a “bombarded” space, full of wreckage. The three works express the individual’s survival struggle with superior forces beyond their control, and even though each work was created separately, in retrospect they became one apocalyptic trilogy. Water, as a main theme, flows throughout the three videos.

In the first part, entitled “Troubled Water”, the water appears as a savior and is a means of arriving to safety and far from war.

In the second video, entitled “Oceans of Lead”, the water is a mirror of war, reflecting my most dreaded horrors.

Lastly, in the third video, entitled “Mehr Licht”, the water is a bearer of self-destruction, a consumer of life, art and everything.

These constructive and destructive forces held by the water at the same time give it an almost unearthly essence, as a bringer of both life and death. The three videos show multiple aspects of water and use them to reflect upon life, loneliness, art and the terror of war.

 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
 

Water Affair
Avital Barak
Udi Edelman