Penny Hes Yassour
Temp-Est

Editor(s)

Hans-Jürgen Schwalm

Author(s)

Galia Bar Or, Hans-Jürgen Schwalm, Nimrod Reitmann

Design

Ute Lübbeke, Cologne

Size

29,5 x 24 cm

Pages

96

Illustrations

80

Cover

Hardcover

Language(s)

German, English

ISBN

978-3-947563-48-7

A Monograph about the Award-Winning Israeli Artist

Penny Hes Yassour (b. 1950, lives and works at kibbutz En-Harod Ihud) tells stories and keeps history alive, explores the boundary between remembering and forgetting. In her installations she combines sound, image, and a multi-part world of objects into narrative mise-en-scènes of great poetic power. Hes Yassour leads the viewer through the Jordan Valley with its many watchtowers, accompanies the transformation of the landscape in a gigantic, stagelike water basin, and documents the flight of bats in a narrow, labyrinthine spatial installation. The book published on the occasion of the artist’s first exhibition in Germany provides comprehensive insights into her subtle artistic work.

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