(תערוכה, 02.9-15.10.2010, ראה הזמנה לשעות פתיחה של הגלריה, גלריה אלון שגב, שדרות רוטשילד 6 ת"א)
"Living Room" project consists of 4 pieces done in a Computer Generated Anaglyph (3D print(.
"Living Room" was created following sessions of interviews Zack took with M.N, an elderly man, who described his Berlin Home before immigrating to Israel in 1938.
Later on, Zack went on an extensive research of the era in order to reconstruct a visualization of this house.
"Living Room" depicts a typical Jewish home in Berlin of the 1930's. The 4 pieces create a house of their own and invite the viewer to "visit" the house, or more precisely, voyage through our collective memory.
"Living Room" addresses the theme of “Rupture and Repair” through an extinct German Jewish past from the period prior to World War II. Memories of this world relate to concrete places that, due to forced immigration, exist now at a great distance (of both time and space).
This is yet another step in Zack's exploration theme of memory and aesthetics and their relations; a theme explored also in her video work "Mother Economy" (2007) - a fascinating depiction of a West European house wife and her meticulous holding of the household.
This is made with the highest production means and is outstanding both for its aesthetics and for the philosophical questions it arouses.
"Mother Economy" has won several prizes and was the main feature in Zack's solo show at the Jewish Museum in New York.
* The "Living-Room" project awarded Zack with the "Adi Prize for Jewish expression in art and design" 2010.
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Alon Segev Gallery
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Tel Aviv 61292