KUMZITS: “HaMapah” – Yael Serlin01.01.1970 - 11:00 / „Kółeczko” (on the corner of Brzozowa street and Joselewicza street)
Come and join me around the table. I collected symbols from gravestones around Poland. Choose one that speaks to you, and embroider it as freely as you wish. Together we reconnect the hidden layers of stories, people, beliefs and traditions gathered into one symbol, like frozen images to be revived.
Duration: everyday 11:00 – 19:00
Location: corner of Brzozowa and Joselewicza street (“Kółeczko” square)
Yael Serlin is an Israeli artist based in Jerusalem. Her work is interdisciplinary and integrates drawing, print making, sculpture, installation and video. Yael graduated her Bachelor’s studies with honours from ‘Emunah’ Academic College of Art and Education, and received her Master’s degree from the Faculty of Arts ‘Hamidrasha’ at Beit Berl College. Her works have been exhibited in many group exhibitions locally and internationally. Recently, Yael participated in the prestigious Apexart residency programme in New York and presented a solo exhibition at the Podroom Gallery in Belgrade. In 2020, she received the Ministry of Culture and Sport Award in the field of visual art and design in the category of Young Artist Award.
Come and sit, Przyjdź i usiądź, בוא/י שב/י.
We miss being able to get together, so we created “Kumzits”, which means campfire in Hebrew. A group of us from Jerusalem, Berlin and Krakow developed eight art projects in public space. They are our proverbial campfire. Although most of us could not make it here in person, we are all around Kazimierz. Come and share a moment with us.
For more information: https://www.jewishfestival.pl/en/kumzits-2/
This project is supported by the Foundation for Polish – German Cooperation, Goethe Institut and The City of Jerusalem.