The Photograph Gallery
Current graduate of Holon Institute of Know-how, Israeli designer Hadar Glick created a collection of vases that mirror on loss and reminiscences related to it. Loss interprets into each society and to each individual and as Glick says, “A loss is all the time a loss.” Nature and flowers typically go hand in hand with loss, whether or not they’re displayed at funerals or despatched to somebody who’s misplaced somebody particular. This collection of six vases have been made as a result of everybody can relate to them and is aware of what they’re for and what they symbolize. They’re empty vessels, void of one thing, maybe a loss. Fairly the other of flowers which slowly die, the vases are produced from lengthy-lasting supplies that may proceed alongside together with your reminiscences.
Putting and positioning (first picture additionally) – A vase that may be a mixture of flowers displayed at residence together with at a cemetery. They will solely be seen from above, and there you’ll see the standard form of a vase revealed.
Wheel – References these spherical wreaths you see at funerals.
Present and never current – Wanting via this glass vase, you’ll see blurred and distorted photographs, very similar to people who have handed. They’re right here with you mentally, however not bodily and you may’t see them.
Crack – A vase of typical form however upon nearer inspection you’ll discover that the highest is definitely closed. You’ll be able to break a line within the vase, which is the signature of the piece. Individuals carry DNA of relations and that’s our signature that may keep on by means of us.
Jewellery – A nod to flowers at their dying state when they’re withering and falling over. It represents jewellery that family members inherit upon demise and put on of their reminiscence.
Singular and plural – Meant for that one second if you cease and decide that lone flower out of the bunch and place it within the vase. All of the flowers share the identical water which retains the flowers alive, very similar to protecting the reminiscence of a liked one alive.
For extra info, contact Hadar Glick at [email protected]