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Orly Aviv - Lace video art is based on a video clip taken in the Israeli desert while a strong flood created a strong mud whirlpool 3 meters deep. A powerful amazing natural phenomenon, which lasts for a few minutes, once in as many years and I was lucky to see it. En Attendant Go Dot... or Waiting for Go Dot... Intrigue and mystery, a subtle rhythm, instilling a sense of doubt, puzzle, looking for clues. An experimental one-minute video art influenced by an international symposium: "Representing the Inner and Outer World in Art and Science to celebrate the publication of: "Subjectivity in Motion: Life, Art, and Movement in the Work of Hermann Rorschach " by Naama Akavia. The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, Tel Aviv university

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Orly Aviv - Lace video art is based on a video clip taken in the Israeli desert while a strong flood created a strong mud whirlpool 3 meters deep. A powerful amazing natural phenomenon, which lasts for a few minutes, once in as many years and I was lucky to see it. En Attendant Go Dot... or Waiting for Go Dot... Intrigue and mystery, a subtle rhythm, instilling a sense of doubt, puzzle, looking for clues. An experimental one-minute video art influenced by an international symposium: "Representing the Inner and Outer World in Art and Science to celebrate the publication of: "Subjectivity in Motion: Life, Art, and Movement in the Work of Hermann Rorschach " by Naama Akavia. The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, Tel Aviv university

 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