Aknoon Gallery

Aknoon Gallery / 2018

This exhibition was a set of installations in 2 levels of gallery space, it was formed based on the artist’s reaction to an absence of sensors bonding man and nature. Sensors that would be able to instantaneously monitor nature and transform information received into parametrical statistics to establish a basis for decision making.
installations made from flexible structures and light material such as wood, metal screens and linen are reminiscent of birds’ nests, cocoons of insects and/or spider webs, forming flexible homes within the existing environmental setting. Man’s primitive homes made from tree barks and fillers such as clay and plaster inspired me as well in designing an environmentally flexible model against modern constructions that are more resistant and rigid in adapting to nature.