But our recollection remains virtual; we prepare ourselves to receive it by adopting the appropriate attitude.
Little by little, it comes into view like a condensation cloud; from the virtual state, it passes into the actual, and as its outlines become more distinct and its surface takes on color, it tends to imitate perception. But it remains attached to the past by its deep roots […]
My body of work investigates the matter, to look back into our experience, to overturn our idea of value and perception, landscape and domestic, alchemy and reproduction, nature and human, sort of microcosm questioning the value of little things.
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Yael Dryzin Born in 1986, lives and works in Israel and Greece. Graduate of Art Studies at Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem (2014).
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