The project brings together limited editions that demonstrate the mindset of the creators Shay Alfia and Tomer Natanel Levy.
The artists correspond in their work with ancient crafts, iconography, and architecture, and an extensive complex history that is woven into their origin.
Narcissus vases & Stains of reflection
Inspired by the way light moves between reflective materials and principles she discovered in her optical research, this series of vases by Shay Alfia creates an aesthetic that dynamically evolves with each glance from the viewer unveiling concealed elements within their structure.
Shay's body of work deals with how we perceive reality and quotes symbols from the history of art into the "self era" of today.
The reflective stains become abstract paintings and serve as real-time documents of their surroundings.
The Ghosts of Queen Anne
Thin metal sheets turn into sculptural objects in a provocative
experiments that create a spatial waving presence, and pay tribute to the "first minimalism style", when British carpenters started to strip off the carved ornaments from the Cabriole legs.
Inspired by the bold architectural element of his hometown, Tomer Netanel Levy developed a diverse series of objects that embrace the equivalent arch.
The material transformation to metals turns the ancient technological breakthrough from constructive to decorative and conveys the current mindset of the city with its extensive history.
About SALT Shay Alfia & Tomer Levy
The gallery encourages the development of artworks that reflect the vibrant local mindset and promotes the perception of design as a means of personal expression.