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Home Class, installation view, Dana Art Gallery at Kibbutz Yad Mordekhai

 

The project examines the failed attempt to implement the concept of socialism in the economic and governmental sphere. The exhibition brings together video works, drawings, and objects that relate to the former Soviet Union, the Hashomer Haza’ir youth movement, and Kibbutz Yad Mordekhai, which was founded by a group from Hashomer Haza’ir.

Tati selects fragments of different narratives and blends them with his artistic works in order to tell the story of a place from his unique viewpoint. The kibbutz’s archive served as a source of inspiration and information for the exhibition.

Curated by Ravit Harari, it examines the failed attempt to implement the concept of socialism in the economic and governmental sphere. The exhibition brings together video works, drawings, and objects that relate to the former Soviet Union, the Hashomer Haza’ir youth movement, and Kibbutz Yad Mordekhai, which was founded by a group from Hashomer Haza’ir.

Tati selects fragments of different narratives and blends them with his artistic works in order to tell the story of a place from his unique viewpoint. The kibbutz’s archive served as a source of inspiration and information for the exhibition.

Interview with Moshe Soker - political activist and one of the founders of kibbutz Yad Mordechai