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Pluie noire, 2014
Archival pigment print, FA Hahnemühle Baryta 325, mounted, oak frame without glass.
55 1/10 × 46 1/10 in
140 × 117 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
About the work
PIR
PHOTO IS:RAEL
Tel Aviv
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The “Black rain” reached ground level as sticky, dark, dangerously radioac- tive water. It not only …

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The “Black rain” reached ground level as sticky, dark, dangerously radioac- tive water. It not only stained skin, clothing, and buildings, but also was ingested by breathing and by consumption of contaminated food or water, causing radiation poisoning.
The onomatopoeias paint on the print are the sound of the rain.

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Hikari is a Japanese word meaning «the light» This work represents my compulsion to build and shape my own memory. To reconstitute some facts I haven’t expe- rienced myself, but have unconsciously in uenced me while growing up. My grandparents witnessed the war; survivors who fi- nally passed away and whose memories will soon be a part of history. Only once did we speak about their experiences during the war. They told me how illness can take away your sisters; the shame; the relief after the war; and the watermelons ... But after that night, we never talked about it again. As if my grandparents gave me their memories as a whisper through the air before allowing it to disappear from their minds. Somehow, I would say that I borrowed their memories. I use their stories as source of inspiration for my own testimony.
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About the work
PIR
PHOTO IS:RAEL
Tel Aviv
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The “Black rain” reached ground level as sticky, dark, dangerously radioac- tive water. It not only …

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The “Black rain” reached ground level as sticky, dark, dangerously radioac- tive water. It not only stained skin, clothing, and buildings, but also was ingested by breathing and by consumption of contaminated food or water, causing radiation poisoning.
The onomatopoeias paint on the print are the sound of the rain.

Series
Hikari is a Japanese word meaning «the light» This work represents my compulsion to build and shape my own memory. To reconstitute some facts I haven’t expe- rienced myself, but have unconsciously in uenced me while growing up. My grandparents witnessed the war; survivors who fi- nally passed away and whose memories will soon be a part of history. Only once did we speak about their experiences during the war. They told me how illness can take away your sisters; the shame; the relief after the war; and the watermelons ... But after that night, we never talked about it again. As if my grandparents gave me their memories as a whisper through the air before allowing it to disappear from their minds. Somehow, I would say that I borrowed their memories. I use their stories as source of inspiration for my own testimony.
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Signed, dated
Pluie noire, 2014
Archival pigment print, FA Hahnemühle Baryta 325, mounted, oak frame without glass.
55 1/10 × 46 1/10 in
140 × 117 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.