An image of a Jaffa landscape, taken from a known view and created from layers of acrylic glass. The image is backlit and placed within an old window frame. The begged connection between the image and the frame creates a flowing dialogue between new and old materials and reflects the organic connection between digital crafts and hand-made crafts used to create the project. Collaboration with Amir Raveh.
This piece bought by The Holon Design Museum for the museum collection on august 2017.
Height 58 cm / 22.8" Width 55 cm / 21.6" Depth (distance from the wall) 10 cm / 4"
MATERIALS & TECHNIQUE
Window frame with aluminum knob (assisted readymade) Layered acrylic glass cutouts LED lights
Added to the collection of the Holon Museum of Design Possible to order with a different window frame All of the electrical components are UL compliant
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