‘Ayekkah’ – Where Are You?
The Hebrew letters are cut out of the sphere. The word Ayekkah has been cut out several times, unending, like an infinite loss that is felt endlessly. When the bowl is rolled on the concrete base, it creates the letters in a mirror image, against the natural way.
The variation with the word in brass dust creates a temporal piece reminiscent of the sand in the sea, and a changing memory.
Each aluminum cube, which holds a memorial candle, is in itself an expression of mourning – of brokenness, rupture, diminishment. The whole has been radically altered, and will never be a complete shape.