Video mapping projections on Ha-Inuksuk sculpture by Canada House.
A stone sculpture by Jerusalemite and international sculptor Israel Hadani was recently placed at the northern entrance to Musrara neighborhood. The sculpture is inspired by the Canadian inuksuit, which symbolize solidarity and mutual responsibility among men. The inuksuit were used by the Inuit peoples of northern Canada as landmarks or navigation markers. The simple structures were set up in the tundra as a point of reference, a marker for travel routes, fishing places, or warning signs.
Second year students in the New Media Department will present projection mapping works that they developed and adapted to the sculpture in the Projection Mapping Instructor: Arik Futterman
Avishag Hakimi /Roots know where you came from and where you are going.
Tanya Shraifel / Transitions the work explores the transitions between the sides and the reflection of the missing part.
Coral Yefet / Ants, ants, where are you going? an ant colony is filled to the brim. At the same time, a row of ants turns into soldiers and kills everyone in a takeover.
Tom Maor / Di Space Man from space to the Earth, from the Earth to space, there is no place and there is space, am I even me?
Raheli Dvorkin / Strawberry Man The piece is based on macro photography of objects.