Mon 12 August 2019 | 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
TEDER.FM - Jaffa Road, 9, Tel Aviv,
Group exhibition featuring: Talia Yemini, Assaf Hinden, Maya Perry, Nitzan Mintz, Fatima
Abu Rumi, Carmel Barnea Brezner Jonas, Michael Liani, Moran Kliger, Gal Volinez.
Curators: Lilith collective.
The Room at Beit Romano
Derech Jaffa 9, Tel Aviv Jaffa
20:00 – 1:00
Opening: Monday 12 August 2019, 20:00
Monday 20:00 Opening
Tuesday 20:00 Dr. Maya Katzir in a conversation with the writer Miri Rozovsky
Wednesday 20:00 Carmel Barnea Brezner Jonas – Spoken word
Thursday 20:00 Gallery talk
Friday 20:00 Eran Amir and Limor Majory Cohen – Video Performance
Saturday 20:00 Closing event and a special concert by Laila –
This exhibition explores how “Daddy Issues” affects and impacts our contemporary lifestyles and ethos. It aims at dissecting what it means to have parental issues through
the varying lenses of daily life, spiritual fulfillment, and shared reality. In short, this exhibition screams, “dear mom and dad, thanks for fucking me up” and asks “can we
The dichotomy between the symbolic parental figure AKA the “ideal parent” versus the real parent is brought into question with this exhibition.
It is in this in between space that our issues fester and grow. This gap influences patterns of behavior, decision making processes and stands in our way in becoming who we want to be. Our individual self-perception is designed through acts of rebellion, resistance and defiance against our parental figures, yet at the same time we mimic the habits and lifestyle they have presented to us. Parents represent both the life we imagine for ourselves and the life we fear. Can we, as the tactical generation transcend Daddy Issues? If so, do we even want to? Daddy Issues attempts to investigate these queries and ultimately asks: ‘Can our awareness of inherited parental agony lead to control over how they affect us?’.