Nirit Gur Karby, Nir Artzi and Tomer Azulay propose a discussion on what falls in the realm of the photographic medium, through the creation of new urban spaces. After hectic wandering through the city, gathering and collecting relevant images, the artists dismantled, assembled and designed public spaces anew. It is a kind of visual proposal of an urban future that is, in fact, already present in our lives. Tomer aspires to return to the basic discussion about the image and representation in the photographic medium; Nirit challenges the image as an aesthetic object relieved from time and place, while Nir proposes a conscious raze, taken from a concrete photographic reality. Either way, the artists manage to isolate the existent construction from its physical location, and thus offer an outlook that is entirely free from any political, cultural or social aspect.
Design by Basman/Tenenbaum