July 17, 2020
Jewish Folk in a Different World by Edo Hayek
Edo Hayek, a Jerusalem based french-horn player and composer, reflects on two years living in Norway, talking about the music-video Personal Space and his recently-released album “Walk to Aspamia”.  Edo collaborated with Norwegian video-artist Tøri Gjendal to create a video work for his compos...
July 9, 2020
Songs of our Grandmothers by Ilya Blokh
Ilya Blokh traces the journey from hearing his grandmother’s songs as a young child, first in Moscow, and later in the US, to his current efforts to preserve these songs and stories as they function as unique time capsules of our grandparent’s generation.
 
Ilya is inviting you to take part i...
July 2, 2020
Cosmos and Yiddish Contemporary Art
In this feature, Asylum artist Yevgeniy Fiks discusses his project “Yiddish Cosmos” and how it represents a larger phenomenon he calls “Yiddish contemporary art”.
 
June 4, 2020
The Department for Consciousness Operations by Maya Shimony
Maya Shimony’s solo exhibition “The Department for Consciousness Operations” is on view at Tel Aviv Artists’ Studio, through July 18th, 2020. In the article, Maya reflects on her process of “Reverse engineering” possible visual origins of news media images as source material for her pai...
May 21, 2020
Samizdat (zine) by Sophia Sobko and Kolektiv Goluboy Vagon
Asylum artist Sophia Sobko recounts the transformations of the social roles she inhabits as a queer, post-Soviet, Jewish immigrant, the importance of finding allies to articulate these positions and the potential for action such communities hold. Sophia and Kolektiv Goluboy Vagon are now celebrating...

Time Between by Marc Shoul

Part 3 - Refusing Self-Censorship in Jerusalem: The Case of Barbur Gallery By Abraham Kritzman

Part 2 - Refusing Self-Censorship in Jerusalem: The Case of Barbur Gallery By Abraham Kritzman