Absentee landscapes

A new artistic project invites visitors to reflect on fragility and migration.

July 27, 2017 22:26
Deller sukka

Deller sukka replica. (photo credit: ANDREW MALAHOVSKY)

The Sala-Manca Group, a collective of Jerusalem-based artists, has brought a new universal meaning to an old Jewish tradition: the sukka.

Their Absentee Landscapes project, which ran until July 19, invited people to think about how their own histories have been formed out of temporality, fragility and migration.


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