Environmental Sculpture

and site-specific sculpture

(selected projects)

"Ever since I started to work outside in specific places, each one having its own history, character, atmosphere, people - its own 'spirit' - I began to feel rooted in reality. I stopped asking myself why I am doing art. It was obvious now - places started to talk to me and to tell me what to do; some were even begging me do be redeemed.."

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Desert Dialogues

series of environmental sculptures

Samar Dunes, 2019 - 2021

Greening Clal

urban ecological sculpture project

Clal Shopping Centre, Jerusalem, 2016

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Poultney River Entrance

community environmental sculpture project

Green Mountain College, Vermont, USA, 2008

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Murmur of the Valley

environmental sculpture

International Environmental Sculpture Symposium, Gesves, Belgium, 2003

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I Must Go Down to the Seas Again

site-specific sculpture

Wadi Nisnas, Haifa, Israel, 2002

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Shifting Fences

environmental sculpture

International Environmental Sculpture Symposium, Gesves, Belgium, 2003

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Back to Earth

environmental sculpture

Wadi Nisnas, Haifa, Israel, 1999

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The House of Springs

environmental sculpture

Wadi Nisnas, Haifa, Israel, 1989

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Passageway

environmental sculpture

Sculpture Park for Peace and Coexistence,

Kaukab Abu El-Hija, Israel, 1996

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Forest Broom

environmental sculpture

Tremadoc, Wales, United Kingdom, 1994