Reshimu | Tamar Shippony, 2011


Reshimu is Tamar Shippony’s first solo exhibit, the product of a year and a half of work as a resident artist in the spaces of Mamuta. The exhibit is comprised of sculptural and textual works, a telescope-like sculptural installation in which the viewer becomes viewed, a kinetic installation in which the contents and remains of the books that Shippony sculpted create a new work, and video installations dealing with disassembled time and memory.
The viewer’s experience, strolling in one of the most fascinating houses in Ein Karem, turns into a multi-layered experience, where the time-gap becomes palpable, unresolved, and inviting for more visits.
Link to the catalogue (pdf version)
 Conversation between Tamar Shippony and Talia Keynan (from Reshimu's catalogue) [click here]
 Curators: Sala-Manca Group
"Reshimu" - Tamar Shippony's First Solo Exhibition
Music Performance at the opening: Tethys
 “If the waves of the sea lapped against the slopes of Jerusalem, Ein Karem would be the first place to turn into a fishing village for a moment”.
 HAWARO: Oded Aloni, percussion; Yarden Erez, acoustics and electronic instruments