THE MEMORY RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT hosts a series of workshops with Holocaust survivors and their families where they gather memorabilia from household cupboards, shoe boxes and family albums to meticulously design collages showcasing intensely personal narratives of destruction and survival. The individual collages and statements written by the families are assembled into powerful installations and have been exhibited in the United States and Australia..
Installation scheduled for Fall 2017 - Community Memorial Hospital - Ventura, CA
Work in progress images
SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER - MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE, LOS ANGELES • BEVERLY HILLS SYNAGOGUE, BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL - VENTURA, CA
Young Israel of North Beverly Hills
The American University of Paris
Art Inspires Life Inspires Art
Graphic representation of installation
PAINTING • PHOTOGRAPHY • MIXED MEDIA • GRAPHIC DESIGN • CREATIVE DIRECTION
Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue
INSTITUTE OF GENETIC MEDICINE - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
DOW RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER - COLLEGEVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA
Syria: Drawing an Uncertain Future
As the periodic table of the elements is the basis for all physical life, it is a perfect canvas on which to merge art and science. We rarely take time to think about the chemistry that composes the air we breathe, the earth that supports us, or the stars we see in the sky – but when one looks at the iconic periodic table, it makes us wonder how it all fits together.
Scientists, mathematicians, physicists, biologists, and other innovators, have combined these elements to travel to the moon, prevent disease and develop the technology that drives our world.
While the world at large has these elements in common, there is one ingredient that is unique to these thinkers and to all of humanity… a Human Element that cannot be mapped or charted. While the elements in the period table hold the physical universe together, the human element – Hu – is the force that holds our spirit, our hearts and our commonality together.
Jewish Museum of Maryland - Baltimore
Remembering the Human Element