Yael Frank and Zohar Gottesman | Ho Scale

A sculpture consisting of a boulevard of post-apocalyptic miniature monuments is constructed along the gallery space. It is a model of an architectural plan or a board for a children’s game, inviting viewers to imagine a monumental space in the desert, an experiment site for monuments.

The gaze that travels along the model creates a textual, historical narrative within the sculpture garden itself: what uses does this garden propose and for whom is it designed? How does it relate to the memory monuments seek to preserve or awaken? 

photos:Tome Bookshtein