A life-size, highly polished, stainless-steel Igloo.
An installation exploring global warming and our relationship with nature.
e-gloo reflects and replicates the local landscape, and distorts its surroundings, blinding and warming the viewers while echoing vanishing traditions and melting glaciers. While humorously pointing out the dystopian consequences, yet to come to our planets.
The e-gloo was meticulously constructed by hand while using a complex mathematical computation to recreate the classical, clean form of the traditional structure. Sealed like a burial structure,
the reflective stainless-steel building raises questions about the role of humans in the world and their responsibility to nature. Unlike a traditional igloo, which when no longer in use, dissolves into a puddle of water, e-gloo is a memorial monument to simpler time.
e-gloo was on display in May 2020 - May 2021 At Musa Eretz Israel Museum
Tel Aviv’s Crafts and Design Biennale.