International Photography Festival 2016
A group exhibition focuses on the reflexive process that examines the political determinations of history, and human classification. ‘Universum’ is based on the attempts to contain the definition of Humanity in a space capsule, hoping that aliens will find it and understand it. The exhibition focuses on the reflexive process that examines the political determinations of definition, history, and human classification. How can aliens understand us? How can we perceive ourselves? All of this presented through the prism of the history of art.
Eyal Fried, Alon Segal, Ran Slavin, Yoram Vidal, Asaf Gam Hacohen, Yael Kaplan, Daniel Tchetchik, Lior Herchkovitz, Nadav Weissman, Alma Shneor, Inbal Hoffman, Amir Yatziv and Dani Gal, Amir Fattal, Asaf Gam Hacohen, Dor Even- Chen, Doron Altaratz, Vered Snear, Mark Yashaev, Shahar Markus, Tal Eshed.
Photos: Daniel Tchechik
An overview of "Universum" exhibition