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Cell Subsistence Option

2006
The work “Cell Subsistence Option” was presented in 2006 at the 4th Ceramics Biennale in Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv. The Biennale dealt that year with the connection between ceramics and architecture. The installation contains eleven objects, abstract illustrations for small scale subsistence options. Like organic bodies, these objects reflect a constant dialogue between skeleton and skin/shell and in the same way, as every living creature, they have reciprocal relations with the environment and the need of defining the inside and the outside.
Tomer Sapir, Cell Subsistence Option, 2006, mixed media, variable dimensions, detail (5)

The work “Cell Subsistence Option” was presented in 2006 at the 4th Ceramics Biennale in Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv. The Biennale dealt that year with the connection between ceramics and architecture.

 

The installation contains eleven objects, abstract illustrations for small scale subsistence options. Like organic bodies, these objects reflect a constant dialogue between skeleton and skin/shell and in the same way, as every living creature, they have reciprocal relations with the environment and the need of defining the inside and the outside.

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