Caesarea 2012

The groundbreaking Once I Was a House Project commissioned a select group of Israeli artists representing a wide range of artistic disciplines to create site-specific works in and around an abandoned house in the town of Caesarea on the Mediterranean coast. As part of this project, and in continuing to develop my own artistic language based on the printmaking tradition, I decided to use the tiles on the bottom of the property’s swimming pool as my canvas. In Caesarea, an ancient Roman port city, the relationship between past and present inspired me to work with mosaics, a medium where the whole picture can only be seen by virtue of its interconnected parts.