Roni Hagag


Historical Building, 9 Ha’ayin Chet St.

Hagag comes to the exhibition with acoustic foam, metal, and sound that he will construct/design/produce in situ. The work is created is specific to the small stone square space. The predominant material is an industrial sound absorbing foam that keeps its shape and iron and analog sound, which remain in their almost raw form. The space will “wear” an armor, a shell of acoustic foam, which will absorb the sound and double as a central object in the installation.

During the last day of the festival, the artist will perform an analog life show as part of the installation.