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Curator: Avital Naor Wexler

Participants: HItai Ron-Gilboa, Keren Katz, Ofra Amit, Lee-or Atsmon Fruin,  Noa Raz Melamed, Kobi Vogman and Hilla Spitzer

As children, the carousel brings us joy, excitement, and wonder, but as we grow up, it becomes an object that triggers nausea, dizziness, a sense of losing control and disorientation. What is it about the carousel that holds such an extreme range of experiences? In a world based on narratives and linear progress, the circular movement offers another possibility. One that is not measured in terms of achievement, progress, or output, but rather in a repetitive motion examined in duration, perseverance, speed, and return to a familiar spot. The exhibition features works that address the circular aspect of the physical space, the circle of life, and the human mental experience.

Illustration: Keren Katz

Opening Hours:
Sun – Thu> 9: 00–17: 00
Friday> 10: 00–13: 00

Beita Gallery

155 Jaffa St

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