Ronit Eden. Concept & Spatial Design offers curatorship and exhibition design

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Design: Cubicle Design

Einat Arif-Galanti


Photograph #101 from 148 photographs of objects I picked in Ashkelon shore in half an hour

Archival print,  30X30 cm., 2017
Addition: 5+2AP

During a half an hour walk, the artist found many objects that had been washed up on the shore. Many of which had already lost their original form. Time, sea salt and the sun have created a curious new object. Human waste has become an archaeological artifact that documents more than anything our relationship with the environment.

This is one of dozens of these findings. It simulates a scarf flying in a wind or a flower in all its splendor. Light appears to shine on it and out of it. The black background disconnects the object from any sense of belonging to a place or time. Arif - Galanti caught the movement of an unclear object and created a romantic immortal feeling.