Order=Disorder // Installation at Janco Dada Museum, Ein-Hod, March 2016
In this work the order in the world is reversed. An unidentified city hovers far above. Clusters of buildings are detached from their familiar position on the earth and are left hanging in the air, without any foundations or stability. It is impossible to know from which land they were separated before they migrated to their new location, and they have no identifying marks indicating their origins.
The uncompromising reversal of creations in Dede's installation neutralizes the original designation of the buildings and animals, and their wild position in the space leads to a failure in their functioning.
The random hybrid creatures spread their wings and rush downwards contrary to all logic, as if they are fleeing some danger and seeking stable ground on which to place their feet. Yet this ground does not exist.
Ultimately the attempt to create a picture of an ordered world leads to nothing except a chaotic disorder of fragments with no purpose.
Curator: Hagar Bril