An interdisciplinary show based on works by various artists who worked independently and as a group, on a journey in which they set out to write a shared myth for the temple space of the Bat Yam Museum of Art. The museum was wholly dedicated to presenting the Diver dance and performance festival, and turned into a space where one befriends death by operating in the space between the inanimate and the living.
A solo interdisciplinary show exhibited at Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem.
Works in this project were inspired by street grand-pianos. Through a variety of mediums (drawing, video, movement, recordings, installation) the works discuss subjects like culture and wilderness, roughness and gentleness, intimacy and publicity, fantasy and reality.