The large sculptural object at the center of Dina Shenhav’s exhibition is made entirely of yellow sponge (polyurethane). It sits at the center of the empty white hall in a way that accentuates its singular isolation in space. From the outside, its form is made up of fairly smooth planes, so that it resembles an abstract sculpture, a commissioned or readymade industrial object, with a gaping empty space within. Visitors are invited to enter the sponge tunnel, which is XX meters long. The material processing of the interior is radically different from its exterior: its inner walls bear signs of manual excavation, and scattered by them are a variety of meticulously realistic objects and working tools ostensibly used by the excavators during their extended stay.