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Sculpture: Metal, Iron , Steel on Iron.
Home Faces -
The house is a recurring motif in Hila Laiser Beja’s artworks. While it is evocative of children’s drawing, the imagery is deceiving and unsettling: a single and abandoned home, a chaotic array of a cluster of houses, crumbling foundations and rusted facades attest to neglect, destruction and oblivion, and raise the questions: What have we lost? Will we be able to return home? Is rehabilitation a possibility? The house is an allegory of the dream and its rupture, a kind of warning sign of the loss of cultural and creative values.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection
Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London