Posts Tagged 'Amitai Mendelsohn'

Video Documentation: On Hybridization, Transience, and Refugees | Israel Museum | 2.2.16

Video Documentation [Hebrew. Arabic& Hebrew] 2.2. 2016 | On Hybridization, Transience, and Refugees | Israel Museum Entire documentation of a discussion focusing on The Eternal Sukkah by the Sala-Manca group, together with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz. For more info

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Video Documentation: On Hybridization, Transience, and Refugees | Israel Museum | 2.2.16

Video Documentation [Hebrew. Arabic& Hebrew] 2.2. 2016 | On Hybridization, Transience, and Refugees | Israel Museum Entire documentation of a discussion focusing on The Eternal Sukkah by the Sala-Manca group, together with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz. For more info

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On Hybridity, Transcience and Refugees

A discussion focusing on The Eternal Sukkah by the Sala-Manca group, together with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz. Featuring Dr. Amitai Mendelsohn, Mr. Abu Suleiman spokesman of the Jahalin Tribe, Prof. Rachel Elior – Hebrew Universiry, Daphna Ben-Shaul – Tel

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On Hybridity, Transcience and Refugees

A discussion focusing on The Eternal Sukkah by the Sala-Manca group, together with Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Yeshaiau Rabinowitz. Featuring Dr. Amitai Mendelsohn, Mr. Abu Suleiman spokesman of the Jahalin Tribe, Prof. Rachel Elior – Hebrew Universiry, Daphna Ben-Shaul – Tel

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Building the Eternal Sukkah, Graham Lawson, Jerusalem Post

Photo by: Courtesy Building ‘The Eternal Succa’ By GRAHAM LAWSON 09/08/2015 Israeli artists Sala-manca construct a succa from the materials of a Beduin home. The structure goes on view at the Israel Museum this month In July 2014 Diego Rotman

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Building the Eternal Sukkah, Graham Lawson, Jerusalem Post

Photo by: Courtesy Building ‘The Eternal Succa’ By GRAHAM LAWSON 09/08/2015 Israeli artists Sala-manca construct a succa from the materials of a Beduin home. The structure goes on view at the Israel Museum this month In July 2014 Diego Rotman

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