BORDER LINE A Tapestry of Borders

Mirjam Bruck-Cohen spins maps embroiders lace , knits and marks borders of Arab and Jewish villages and towns Galia Bar-Or both as a woman and as a human being — it total , since her first encounter with it during her studies in States . "Ever since I sat by a loom I knew I had come home , " she told me in one of our conversations . the fiber medium she draws the power to contain own charged biography , as well as the deviant and other . The next time she came to Ein Harod she traveled bus all the way from Haifa , burdened with large filled to the brim her most recent works These were created during the early 1990 and executed in various techniques embroidered , woven and patchworked fabrics — and all of them seemed to recapture traces of her constitutive early childhood experiences as a young refugee in post World War II Europe . Against the backdrop of yellow star badge , patchwork and bits  אל הספר
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