Somthing’s Happened to Us, Father

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HANOTERET

The Visit 2014

Mother of All Wheat

Terra Incognita

The Visit

Mixed Media

Substitut, Berlin

Research for the Full Crypto-Taxidermical Index

Cell Subsistence Option

Paper Works

2010
Montauk Lighthouse No. 1 was exhibited at the group exhibition Grandfather Paradox. Chelouche Gallery, 2010. Curator: Avi Lubin From the curator’s text: In Montauk Lighthouse No. 1 (2008), Sapir continues to explore Cryptids. This collage is a part of his lasting occupation with the “Monster of Montauk”; an unidentified creature that according to three female witnesses was washed away to the shores of the American recreation town.
Tomer Sapir, Untitled (1), 2008, mixed media (greaseproof paper), 25X65 cm, detail

Montauk Lighthouse No. 1 was exhibited at the group exhibition Grandfather Paradox. Chelouche Gallery, 2010. Curator: Avi Lubin

 

From the curator’s text:

In Montauk Lighthouse No. 1 (2008), Sapir continues to explore Cryptids. This collage is a part of his lasting occupation with the “Monster of Montauk”; an unidentified creature that according to three female witnesses was washed away to the shores of the American recreation town. According to the witnesses, the dead (and beaten) creature was perpetuated in two photos, and later was found decomposed. Among the many speculations regarding the existence and origin of this monster, was that it escaped from a high secured research institution of the American government (Animal Disease Center), which is located nearby and is used since 2003 for research against Bio-Terrorism.

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