The New Zero by Yaron Lapid at Supercollider from 17th July - 1st August.
The New Zero is an expanded project which uses both traditional photographic techniques and video to interrogate and examine the role of photography in relation to our understanding of the world and its ability to assemble and disassemble layers of history.
The project centres around Lapid’s 1999 discovery of several envelopes on the floor of a newly demolished photographic studio in Jerusalem. The ambiguous envelopes contained hundreds of black and white photographs and negatives.
For The New Zero Lapid has developed and reprocessed the found material, creating an atypical ‘family album’ across separate methods of presentation.
(Text adapted from an original text by Gaia Tedone)
supercollider / contemporary art projects
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