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Lezcher (hebrew: לזכר)  2020 

A monument to a broken heart. curated by Elad Yaron, ‘Open Close Open’ exhibition, Hamiffal, Metal, concrete, 350 x 200 x 200 cm

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photo credit Shai Halevi

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Deborah Fischer's work, "Lezcher" (in memory), was created following a heartbreak. The work shows a huge and rusty metallic flower. In some ways, it can be seen as a monument to disappointed love. Some of the materials used by the artist are taken from the world of plumbing - Other materials - for example the jellyfish from the glass and sand at the bottom of the flower, are reminiscent of the connection between the sea and the arid desert, the shoreline. And perhaps this deceptive line is the center of the work. Like those roses that grow in all their glory on rocky soil. "

 

Dr. Elad Yaron

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photo credit Itamar Ginzburg

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