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A Line for Gustav* - Hagar Mitelpunkt
Guest Curator: Roy Maayan
What Is the Pink Line? – video work by Jasmine Kainy

 
   Medusa Project - Elad Armon
 
 
 
23/6/2012 - 27/7/2012

 
Curator: Yael Kainy
 
 
 
 
The two exhibitions deal - among other subjects - with the invasion into public or personal spaces, collective or urban spaces.

Before entering the gallery, visitors encounter a bright pink line, crossing the road, climbing on buildings, bushes and fences. This is A Line for Gustav*, by Hagar Mitelpunkt. The line transforms the entire street into a sculpture, and ends up in the center of the gallery's front space, where it reaches a half-circle installation made of broken pieces of asphalt road. A video work on the wall presents the artist covering up another pink line, painted on a three-story building in construction. Another video work by Jasmine Kainy - "What is the Pink Line?" brings to the spectator the hidden part of the pink line work: the artist's, Hagar Mitelpunkt, and the curator's, Roy Maayan, conversations with residents of the street, asking them for permission to invade their space with a freshly painted Pink Line. Second video work by Mitelpunkt is projected on a wall with a door, through which the visitors enter an inner space of the gallery in which Medusa Project, by Elad Armon is presented. The visitors, therefore, invades the works of both artists. Armon's installation consists of 9 video projections, documenting 9 "secret" solo exhibitions that the artist installed in abandoned spaces, which lost their collective social meaning, in his Kibbutz, photographed, and then disassembled right away. The rules of Medusa Project, launched in 2010, are simple: No spectators; None of the works had ever been displayed LIVE to an audience, nor shall they ever be; Everything else is open. The works exist only in photographic documentation. The camera functions just like the severed head of mythological Medusa, whose name meant guardian/curator - Its only purpose is its gaze.
 
 
Ha'Kibbutz Gallery is a sort of channel sent by the kibbutz to the urban space, looking for it's new meaning, faced with the changing times.
Both exhibitions try to meet these spaces, the kibbutz and the urban, while examining the past and the present relevance. The urban collective, that once existed here, in this unique old street, where Ha'kibbutz Gallery lies, is "reconstructed" once more and is emphasized in Hagar Mitelpunkt's work, and Jasmine Kainy's video.
The multi-faced invasion raises questions regarding the survival space of the artistic creation itself as well.  
 
Yael Kainy
 June  2012
 
* Gustav Steinschneider,  1899–1981, a philosopher immigrated  from Austria, because of the war, who chose to be a street cleaner
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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