Women Cinemakers meets
Osi Wald Ricardo Werdesheim Moran Somer A trippy animated journey through the hundreds of catalogues printed by the Israel Museum over the last 50 years. The catalogues are an endless source of inspiration – Art of any type and time, Archaeology, Brides from Afghanistan, scattered texts, butterflies, a cabbage, Bauhaus, cigarette ads, limbs, squares of colour... We scanned, cut, filed, tore and read. We found ourselves reorganizing the catalogues over and over, recognizing connections and dismissing them. The more we broadened our research, the more the film became personal. At the end, we realized the film no longer deals with the art we absorbed but with the way we look at it, the space between the artists, the text and the observer - the gap between the art pieces and the catalogues. The piece was initiated as a site-specific projection for “Contact Point” 2015 – an all-night event that hosts artists in a range of media who engage with art works throughout the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Re – Organization was screened on the main wall of the museum during a headset party.
An interview by Francis L. Quettier and Dora S. Tennant firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Moran, Osi and Ricardo and welcome to WomenCinemakers: to start this interview we would like to invite our readers to visit https://www.zaz-animation.com and www.osiwald.com in order to get a wide idea about
your artistic productions. In the meanwhile, we would ask you a couple of question about your background. You have all solid formal trainings: how did these experiences influence your evolution as filmmakers? Moreover, how does your cultural substratum direct your artistic research? We met while studying animation at the Bezalel Academy of