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Lezli Rubin-Kunda (Canada - Israel)

Updated: 13-03-2017 17:02

– A live drawing performance on a large wall carried out on inside or outside wall at one of the sites*
MORPH video
FLUX (working title)
Venue: Romantso
Date: 20 March 2017
Hour: 19:00 - 22:00


A sound component, consisting of a looped recording of a flowing river will be projected in the space. Over this aural backdrop, I will add my charcoal drawing – perpetual marking and erasing over the surface, trying to "catch the flow" as it constantly forms and dissolves,

The process attempts, paradoxically, to depict, in the non-temporal medium of drawing - the constant movement of water

[As an added component, every so often the video of the moving water will be projected over my drawing for afew seconds.

- Nothing is solid or stationary; sense of groundlessness produces both vertigo as well as a sense of exhilaration and endless possibilities


* Work can remain as drawing/sound installation following the performance 


Lezli Rubin-Kunda CV

Lezli Rubin-Kunda is a multidisciplinary artist who works in site-specific performance, installation, video, drawing and photography, to explore her relationship with her environment. Through her own body, and using common, available, natural or man-made materials, she carries out simple actions that connect her intimately with her locale and with the physical as well as the cultural, social and metaphoric context of the site. Recent works involve site drawing and book intervention. She has performed and exhibited in the United States, Canada, Israel and Europe, and her performance videos have been shown at many different venues.