“Level Loophole” Exhibition Tour with Noa Glazer

Saturday, June 15 at 11 am

Join Noa Glazer for a tour of the exhibition “Level Loophole”, in which she will explain her process and her sources of inspiration. Glazer will discuss the materials she is using, and the type of objects she creates: elastic, soft and light-weighted sculptures, that resembles sleeping bags, capes, cocoons and sloughing, as well as animal or human products that contains, among other materials, vodka and glass. These objects were made to nourish and protect, but at the same time they create a blurred feeling. Glazer will also discuss the exhibition space through the notion of a Limbo, as a sterile and detached space in which her works function as secret cells containing wild and hidden elements.

*The tour will be held in Hebrew

Entrance: 10 NIS Number of seats are limited, tickets required.

Photo: Eyal Agivayev

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