Curatorial Practice

Reshimu | Tamar Shippony Solo show, 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

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Reshimu | Tamar Shippony Solo show, 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

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Mame Moderne at Tate Modern, 2010

MAME Moderne at No Soul For Sale, Tate Modern Highlights from our non-collection Curators: Sala-Manca Collective Mame Moderne (“Modern Mother” in Yiddish) is the name of the TATE Modern translated literaly and genderly to the Yiddish language (Tate means “Father”

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Mame Moderne at Tate Modern, 2010

MAME Moderne at No Soul For Sale, Tate Modern Highlights from our non-collection Curators: Sala-Manca Collective Mame Moderne (“Modern Mother” in Yiddish) is the name of the TATE Modern translated literaly and genderly to the Yiddish language (Tate means “Father”

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What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral?, 2009

What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral? is an art project in which more than thirty artists present installations, performances, tours, and shows dealing with the past, present, and future of Ein Karem. The project explores the history of the village from

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What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral?, 2009

What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral? is an art project in which more than thirty artists present installations, performances, tours, and shows dealing with the past, present, and future of Ein Karem. The project explores the history of the village from

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HEB2 at BEZALEL0, 2009

HEB2 at BEZALEL0 | Curators: Sala-manca | 2009 in the frame of Manofim For four nights at the end of summer 2009, a residential building on the corner of Shmuel Hanagid Street and Bezalel Street, across from the historical building

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HEB2 at BEZALEL0, 2009

HEB2 at BEZALEL0 | Curators: Sala-manca | 2009 in the frame of Manofim For four nights at the end of summer 2009, a residential building on the corner of Shmuel Hanagid Street and Bezalel Street, across from the historical building

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HaGolem Project, 2007

HaMaabada Theater, Jerusalem Artists: Josef Sprinzak, Ilan Green, Pharesia Group, Adi Kaplan and Shahar Karmel, Maya Levi, Eran Sachs, Adva Drori, Shaul Zemach Curated by sala-manca together with Ofira Henig The Golem project is the result of a long research

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HaGolem Project, 2007

HaMaabada Theater, Jerusalem Artists: Josef Sprinzak, Ilan Green, Pharesia Group, Adi Kaplan and Shahar Karmel, Maya Levi, Eran Sachs, Adva Drori, Shaul Zemach Curated by sala-manca together with Ofira Henig The Golem project is the result of a long research

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The Right to Copy, 2006

A project by Sala-macna The Right to Copy Project includes six new works by SALA-MANCA: Herbarium of plastic plants picked in public places; performance: homage to the Anonymous poet; Canonical Hebrew poetry translated from Hebrew into Hebrew; archival short films

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The Right to Copy, 2006

A project by Sala-macna The Right to Copy Project includes six new works by SALA-MANCA: Herbarium of plastic plants picked in public places; performance: homage to the Anonymous poet; Canonical Hebrew poetry translated from Hebrew into Hebrew; archival short films

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“If you speak it -it is no legend”, 2006

“If you speak it -it is no legend”, 2006 Curators: Sala-manca & Antoni Beksiak Raw recording (short demo): “If you speak it -it is no legend”  is a sound installation consisting of four original pieces written by Israeli and Polish

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“If you speak it -it is no legend”, 2006

“If you speak it -it is no legend”, 2006 Curators: Sala-manca & Antoni Beksiak Raw recording (short demo): “If you speak it -it is no legend”  is a sound installation consisting of four original pieces written by Israeli and Polish

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Real Time in the Age of Lie, JFF, 2004

Real Time in the Age of Lie | Intersection Festival for Experimental Video | 21st Jerusalem Film Festival, Hazira Performance Art, Jerusalem Cinematec | July 2004   “In an age when lie predominates – the moment is an aesthetic revolution. Or not.” (Marianne

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Real Time in the Age of Lie, JFF, 2004

Real Time in the Age of Lie | Intersection Festival for Experimental Video | 21st Jerusalem Film Festival, Hazira Performance Art, Jerusalem Cinematec | July 2004   “In an age when lie predominates – the moment is an aesthetic revolution. Or not.” (Marianne

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Potiomkin Village – A Reconstruction of a Never Performed Performance, 2001

kin Village – A Reconstruction of a Never Performed Performance, Hazira, 2001 & Populus, 2002 | Installation, Performance, Video by Sala-manca Homage to Marcel Ducham (Toilette Paper and Overhead Projector         Potiemkin Village  (Kfar Potiomkin) –  Homage to

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Potiomkin Village – A Reconstruction of a Never Performed Performance, 2001

kin Village – A Reconstruction of a Never Performed Performance, Hazira, 2001 & Populus, 2002 | Installation, Performance, Video by Sala-manca Homage to Marcel Ducham (Toilette Paper and Overhead Projector         Potiemkin Village  (Kfar Potiomkin) –  Homage to

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