Born in 1975. Lives and works in Jerusalem
to Azazel, 2013, sculpture, mixed media
to Azazel leans on the fertile tension between tenderness and power. The cardboard horse lies on the floor, helpless, degenerate, and yet beastly and menacing. We witness a scene of downfall, defeat, collapse. The horse’s body is identifiable yet distorted and defenseless. Its crisp materiality fixates its weakness, but its huge size and mobility convey power and liveliness.