Tel Aviv, Israel 2002

I spend 5 days and nights in a bomb shelter, situated in a neighborhood park in north Tel Aviv. During regular times the shelter serves as an artists’ exhibition space, but the space was vacated in preparation for the Gulf war. The space became a retreat, a working holiday, and a place to explore the border zone between ‘normal life’ and ‘emergency life’. The installation that followed contained drawings, photographs, video and material remnants from the extended performance work.
Public Shelter #322 / Limbus Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.