From Nowhere To Nowhere is a project I made as part of an outdoor residency at Shdemama – which is an ecological community based 30 m south of Tel-Aviv https://www.shdemama.org/.
I used the urban image of a bus station to create a portal where one can have a non-physical journey.
As part of the exhibition, I invited musicians- colleagues – friends to play music inside the portal. And on the top, I grow Blue corn to represent the connection between the ground and the sky. In many indigenous cultures from south America such as the Inka or Aztek, Corn was the main food source and represent the connection with the gods, used for ceremonial and ritual purposes.
I would like to say thank you to all the musicians and friends that helped me realize this project, couldn’t do it without your help and support :
Maya Dunietz, Rafi Balbirsky, Yam Yam and Sharon Reuveni, Eran Nave, Kimono -Itay Sendowski, Francis, Yahli Himan Shohat, HMS -Haim Vitali, Max Gertzen and Sharon Reuveni, and to all the volunteers from Shedmama residency. Special thanks to Smulik Twig.
Photos by Omer Messinger.
From Nowhere to Nowhere, Metal, Mud, Wood, Ground, Blue Corn
Performances: Maya Dunietz
Yam Yam and Sharon Reuveni
HMS -Haim Vitali, Max Gertzen and Sharon Reuveni
Kimono -Itay Sendowski, Francis, Yahli Himan Shohat