Kukuriku
Installation at the Labirynt Gallery in Lublin, Poland, as part of the group exhibition Mame-Loshn: Yiddish - Body - Language.
Curated by Drorit Gur-Arie & Tal Schwartz, 2021.

Photos: Assi Meshullam

The mixed media installation Kukuriku (2020-2021) corresponds with one of Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer’s stories in which the wild, animalistic crow of the rooster, the “kukuriku” that hails the sunrise, calls out the ineffable Name, the holy of holies absolutely forbidden by Jewish tradition to utter aloud.

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