TEAM: Idan Sidi Hauben, Israeli and French, Bezalel Academy of arts and design, Jerusalem
What can be created by the accidental encounter with a work of art?
The work of art is a cultural treasure, looking for it, could have been the life mission of a person.
Sometimes, the treasure itself is not as important as the path to find it. I aspire to turn the work of art to an integral part of the space, without building structures to surround it.
On our times, as we are focused on taking the perfect picture of the art, we don’t put our efforts in truly looking at it. I am fascinated by the primary encounters between the viewer and the creation.
I propose a journey to discover the art. My goal is to create a path, a labyrinth without walls. Wandering with a map, to find the unknown. You don’t know what will you discover and which work of art you will see. The paths will lead the viewer to the work. The search will become an adventure.
Will the person become a part of the creation itself, will it have the opportunity to create its own? How will an open museum look like?