Tal Dekel

Tal Dekel is Head of the Visual Literacy Program and Curatorial Studies Track at the Kibbutzim College, and lecturer at the Gender Studies Program, Tel Aviv University. She specializes in contemporary visual culture in Israel. Taking a particular interest in identity construction processes under the nation-state, she pays special attention to intersectionality – race, class, gender, religion and sexuality – in order to analyze manifestations of xenophobia and sexism, as well as religious and class prejudice. Recently, she is engaged in a research project about women, old age, and migration in Israel. Her publications include Gendered – Art and Feminist Theory (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013), Transnational Identities – Women, Art and Migration in Contemporary Israel (Wayne State University Press, 2016) and she co-edited the book The Monk and the Lion – Contemporary Ethiopian-Israeli Art (Achoti Press, 2017).

الجندر والحواس: الفن لدى أنيسة اشقر

تستخدم أنيسة أشقر في أعمالها الفنية، جميع الحواس من أجل إبراز إشكاليّة تقاطع الفئات المختلفة التي تؤلف معًا هويّتها متعددة الطبقات. طال ديكل قامت بزيارة المعرض وكتبت حول استخدام الفنانة للحواس من أجل خلق الخانات، تحييدها ثم تفكيكها.

מגדר וחושים: האמנות של אניסה אשקר

עבודתה של אניסה אשקר משתמשת בחושים השונים כדי לעשות פרובלמטיזציה להצטלבות הקטגוריות שמרכיבות יחד את זהותה הרב-שכבתית. טל דקל מבקרת בתערוכתה וכותבת על השימוש שאשקר עושה במכלול החושים כדי לערבב קטגוריות, לנטרל ולפרק אותן.

Gender and Senses: The Art of Anisa Ashkar

Anisa Ashkar's work uses the different senses to problematize the intersection of categories that compose together her multi-layered identity. Tal Dekel visits her recent solo show and writes about Ashkar's use of the whole sensorium to blend categories, destabilize and dismantle them.