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June 29 - July 10
Two Israeli-American artists, Gal Cohen and Zac Hacmon, examine the relations between architecture and collective memory in their multimedia exhibit, “Placing Memory.” Drawing on archival materials, Cohen uses paintings and installations to resurrect the now-demolished houses that shaped the childhood landscape of her hometown in Hadera. Fascinated by the identity-less spaces he encountered in his new home here, Hacmon uses a series of 4-by-4-inch tiles and stainless-steel grab bars to create architectural elements that negate identity. Both artists are trying to bridge the place they came from with the place they are now.
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