The Dance of Infinity

By Hagai Segev, 2014

“Up until two years ago, my father, Yaakov, had an agricultural mechanization workshop. Every time I visited the workshop, I found myself entranced by the power of the iron boards and the pile of black and rust colored iron pipes of different diameters, waiting to be used”, Simcha Even-Chen reminisces.

“When I saw the call for entries for the contest and exhibition at Kapfenberg, Austria, entitled “At the Moment”, I decided to use these memories of my father’s workshop. This was the birth of “A Moment Before…” a work I created in 2009, which has since led to the growth of a whole body of works”.1

Simcha Even-Chen Ceramics, A moment before

The memories that awakened this body are the evolution of the artistic research Even-Chen had been immersed in during the period of 2006-2009. This group of sculptures, entitled “Illusion”, was exhibited at The Fifth Israeli Ceramics Biennale at The Eretz Israel Museum (2008), among other places, and even received the Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award.

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Shamai Gibsh: Installation “Stelae 2011”, 235x213x55 cm. Stoneware, Terra sigillata, Saggar firing.

Shamai Gibsh: Installation “Stelae 2011”, 235x213x55 cm. Stoneware, Terra sigillata, Saggar firing.

Shamai Gibsh: Mural - “Segula 8”, 81x40x.5 cm, Stoneware, terra sigillata, saggar firing in reduction.

Shamai Gibsh: Mural - “Segula 8”, 81x40x.5 cm, Stoneware, terra sigillata, saggar firing in reduction.