The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan, 15/8/2017 The installation is made up of hundreds of Israeli artists' catalogs that were exhibited in the museum for 30 years. The circle that unites hundreds of personal stories, shapes a space and creates an energy source that was the core of the performance we created with the audience.
Several of the artists chose to relate to a close relative of the Fountain—the toilet. Dror Karta created a toilet in the image of a kneeling woman. Avraham Eilat placed a long line of toilets one on top of the other, creating a statue that also pays homage to Brâncuși. Israela Hargil presents an upside down toilet that transmits an ecological message. The large installation by Dina Blich at the center of the lower space also belongs to this group. In this installation, 120 toilet seat covers are placed in the configuration of the Knesset Plenum Hall, with the voices of our legislature rising from the hole in the center.
2017 Installation of Tanya Preminger and Dina Blich, Art catalogs, 400 x 90 x 90 cm each one City Gallery, Rishon Lezion.