Bath Time

Sharif Waked’s video Bath Time is a 5 minute video of a donkey standing under running water. It’s simple. White tiles, uneven grout and neon lights imply that we are either in a typical non-descript gym or someplace industrial. There are eight shower heads above our protagonist, we don’t see the actual hardware, just the jets of water. She is wearing a minimalist white harness; one strap encircling her whole head, one across her nose, and a third under her chin.

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Home & Blood, Like Land & Water

Camille Hoffman (b. 1987, Chicago, IL) My questions around the meaning of home and land, like my paintings, are tumultuous, layered, and liquiform. My collaged surfaces are a working corporal excavation into my past, a critical observance of the history of the earth that I live on, and the unrelenting violence on the multiple lands from which my ancestors come.

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Leor Grady

Leor Grady is an israeli artist who through his art investigates the intersection between his personal experiences and different aspects of his identity. Grady’s work explores daily objects and experiences to create a poetic and subversive art. Grady’s art questions/contests the Ashkenazi hegemony that has shaped and controlled the the “official” art and culture world in Israel and most of the Jewish world. Grady’s work brings back voices and events that were excluded from the Zionist narrative and gives them a respectful and poetic stage. Grady uses in his art materials and objects that are accessible and come from his environment.

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