Ronen Sharabani: Snap to Grid

Museums, Art and design The Nahum Gutman Museum of Art , Neve Tzedek Until Sunday April 30 2017
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Ronen Sharabani: Snap to Grid
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Find order from chaos in Sharabani's technological exhibition.

Sharabani’s new work, which he calls a “Smart Exhibition,” is comprised of imagery projections against a very large wall at the museum and includes computer renderings and 3D environments which are also be translated to VR. The name of the exhibition comes from the computer command that sorts digital icons and allows the artist to create chaotic simulations. Clicking on the button creates a new structural order which is the basis of his creation. The magical digital button is the dream of every person who strives for order, simple solutions, and an external intervention that will organize the chaos.

 

By: Time Out Israel writers

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Venue name: The Nahum Gutman Museum of Art
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Address: 21 Shimon Rokach St
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Opening hours: Mon-Thu 10:00-16:00, Fri 10:00-14:00, Sat 10:00-15:00
Price: Free entry

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We were hipnotized by Ronen Sharabani's powerful video. And then we read about the story of how it was crafted and the beauty of the images became deeper and more meaningful.