A joint photography exhibition by Ruthi Aggasi, Noa Ben Nun Melamed and Etty Schwartz in Inga Gallery, Tel Aviv.
The exhibition discusses "the attempt to reconstruct the past while knowing that memory is deceiving and that the leeway for such construction is mythical" (Shimon Adaf)
The exhibition combines three bodies of work and raises questions about memory, biography and the boundaries of the photography medium in comparison with traditional landscape photography. Ruthi Aggasi exhibits indoor and outdoor photographs that allegorically immerge out of the darkness.
Noa Ben Nun Melamed's photography installation combines metaphoric landscape images of coastlines and forests alongside metal cutouts of details from biographic images and landscape photos.
Etty Schwartz's color and black and white photographs are a direct documentation of landscape segments and lengthwise panoramas of Gey Ben-Hinom and of Jerusalem's and Ramallah's northern borders.
A text accompanying the exhibition , from "Shadrach", a short novel in preparation by Shimon Adaf