At the balcony, above ‘Edward Scissorhands’, viewed from the street
22.7.2021 — 27.7.2021
In a building on 15 Brener Street, the hairdressing salon Edwards Scissorhands is situated—a local paraphrase of Tim Burton’s movie title. On the floor above, the artist Oded Yonas lives. Yones’ sculpture invades the building’s skeleton from his balcony, a surreal, improvised, intruding, wooden sculpture, alluding to window boxes placed on windowsills or temporary buildings. The sculpture is shaped like a weathervane and sways with the wind. The work is dynamic, enlarged, and refers to the public and private spaces as one unit. A view from the street at Yonas’ work offers a peek into the subconscious of a hidden domestic space, ruled by piracy methods.