Artists: Avital Geva, Josef Sprinzak, Yochai Avrahami, Roni Lahav and Haidi Motola, Ruti Sela, Keren Gueller, Shay-Lee Uziel, Dafna Shalom, Naome Siman-Tov, Alon Andorn, Shraga Weill and Hashomer Hatza’ir Counselors from the Jesse Cohen Club, Drora Dominey and Zahava Barkani, Deganit Berest, Nurit Yarden, Ra’anan Harlap, Hedva Atlas Ben-Daviv and Sasha Serber
Curators: Tali Tamir and Meir Tati
Schooling: Wall, Education, Class examines educational and teaching processes, mechanisms of socialization, and the ways in which the world of young citizens is shaped. This exhibition examines the forgotten world of school and of the classroom, and attempts to resuscitate distant memories and map out significant behavioral codes. The relations between teachers and students, as well as canonical ceremonies and rituals, are examined in terms of their power to influence and shape experience in the context of the Israeli education system. The exhibition also analyzes the aesthetic character of the school environment, as impoverished as it may be, and raises questions concerning the visual and emotional responses it provokes.
Design: Guy Goldstein