Multidisciplinary artist Vardi Bobrow transforms the space of The Lab into a factory, producing nylon fibers and wooden handles. She designed a variety of cleaning brushes for her evolving, site-specific art installation.
The artistic move calls into question the essence of a place in relation to the act of creation and the course of an exhibition in a space designated as an art space. The Lab is a hybrid of a factory and a studio. If so, what does it present: functional objects or artworks? What distinguishes a work of art? What significance does the function of the displayed objects have? Does the function detract from or enhance the piece's aura?
The entire experiment is documented with a closed-circuit camera, as is the use of projection materials in the space itself.
Photography by Youval Hai