COLLABORATIONS WITH ARTISTS
Yael Bartana’s Simone the Hermetic (2015-2016) is an audio-visual installation of the city of Jerusalem. Imagine it's the year 3615. The world is marking the 1,600th anniversary of the birth of Simone the Hermetic. The viewer is invited to stand facing the Mount, to don headphones and to view an audio-visual simulation that recreates Jerusalem exactly as it was during the imaginary lifetime of Simone, in the year 2015. Through Yael Bartana's new sound installation, we will make our way through the streets and locations where Simone's journey began, and also where it probably ended – with the disaster of the molecular disintegration of the city. By zooming out and looking at the city in retrospect we are able to see and reflect on the mistakes and problems of this era.
(Text: Yael Bartana, Annet Gelink Gallery)
Exhibited at the Jerusalem Season of Culture, 2015
and in the exhibit Theatre Dreams of a Beautiful Afternoon at
Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, March 19-May 14, 2016
Hebrew Narration: Yehudit Ben-Yaacov
English Narration: November Wanderin
Roma, video, 4:55 mins, installation version, 15:00 mins
In Chinese, English and Italian
Director/Camera/Concept: Raz Gomeh
In a sense, Telekinesis is a monument to communication between souls even when circumstances make such contact difficult. It is a testament to the human spirit's resolve to connect with what it imagines to be beyond physical or even metaphysical boundaries. (Excerpt of text by David Stromberg)
Telekinesis was curated by David Stromberg
Exhibited at Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem, 2013
ROMA - VIDEO INSTALLATION
Archnemesis of the Anticlimax
Video excerpt 4:30 mins
Installation version 30 mins, 2014
After obtaining cosmic knowledge from a yoga work-out tape,
a young woman creates a time machine, opening a portal to a revolutionary era.
Emily C. Thomas is an interdisciplinary artist living and working
in Los Angeles, California.