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Moby: Museums of Bat Yam
Curator: Avraham Krizman

Moshe Roas brings into his studio objects that have been structurally transformed by nature and time. These can be pieces of wood, ropes, or metals shaped by the sea, the forest, or the desert. He then combines them with sculptural elements created in a meticulous and delicate process, which requires versatile material and technical expertise. These amalgamations breathe life into the original object, imbuing it with allegorical and mythical meanings. The works’ titles, like Niklaus and Luna, are coded with a private mythology that Roas also associates with literary figures that symbolize the relationship between the material and the spirtual. Continue Reading

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