How did I get here?
1998, interactive project. This image is an unfinished work for an interactive project. Internet spectators were invited to join the project by cutting and pasting this image on top of an enviroment of their choices.
Hope & Despair
1998, Sculpture, h. 23'. Hope & Despair follows the theme of the 1997 video with the same title. This time it's a sculpture of a man completely wrapped in PVC, his hands tightened by his back, as handcuffed in captivity. The figure sits on a laptop computer and has a portable telephone on his lap. A zip restrains his entire body thus making him incapable of communicating.
1998, Flag. Mordechai Vanunu worked as a nuclear technician at Dismona, Israel's nuclear installation, from 1976 to 1985. In 1986, following his conscience, he revealed the facts to the world through the London Sunday Times. Based on his evidence, experts concluded that Israel had stockpiled up to 200 warheads, making it the world's sixth largest nuclear power.
I don't care
Cans of Hope
1998, printed cans, 3x4½ In.
Primo Levi's first white lie (Desperation Island)
1998, oil and acrylic on canvas, 37x18½ In.