Two distinct and highly theatrical spatial installations unfold the complexes of the gay identity from a personal perspective. Fresh Feelings gives an insight into puberty: the space is constructed as a large-scale open teenager diary full of questions, doubts and hints, addressed to a mother by her son. Following a period of research, Boyzone Pavilion is designed in the tradition of the 18th century bourgeois interiors, and incorporates traditional oil landscapes depicting gay cruising activity in urban parks next to European museums and graveyards.

Fresh Feelings & Boyzone Pavilion: installation, video, painting. Exhibited among others at at Tent Rotterdam, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel. Made possible with the generous support of: CBK R’dam, Shumankrant, Amsterdam, Piet Swart Institute, Rotterdam .

Fresh Feelings & Boyzone Pavilion, 2000, exhibition view, Tent Rotterdam, photo: Ilya Rabinovich

Fresh Feelings & Boyzone Pavilion, 2000, exhibition view, Tent Rotterdam, photo: Ilya Rabinovich

Fresh Feelings & Boyzone Pavilion, 2002, exhibition view ,Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel, photo: Ilya Rabinovich

Fresh Feelings & Boyzone Pavilion, 2002, exhibition view, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel, photo: Ilya Rabinovich

Fresh Feelings & Boyzone Pavilion, 2000, exhibition view, Tent Rotterdam, photo: Ilya Rabinovich

Brompton Cemetery, 2000, oil on canvas, 135x180 cm, collection Alter, Israel

Musée du Louvre Paris, 2000, oil on canvas- 80x120 cm, collection Oli Alter

Musee d'Orsay Paris, 2000, oil on canvas- 80x120 cm, collection Oli Alter

In Your Face, 2000, Acrylic on wood, 139x39 cm, collection Schocken, Israel

 

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