Shira Keret is a Tel-Aviv based product designer, the founder and creative director behind Ceremonials. She has a BA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, and has also studied abroad at the Politecnico, Milano. Today she teaches design in Bezalel.
In her work process, Keret incorporates traditional crafts and cultural observations, and explores a variety of materials such as stone, glass, metal, wood and more. Her main passion is manipulating materials and technologies into creating experimental design objects. Keret’s work is exhibited internationally and has won prestigious awards including the Israel Ministry of Culture Design award (2017).
Zeresh’s Gragger, colored porcelain, polyester string, 18×12 cm, 2020
Many Purim scrolls contain decorated drawings of Haman’s boys being hanged. Looking at those images, Keret couldn’t avoid thinking of the common children pendants on the necklaces worn by proud mothers. As a mother herself, this led her to think about Zeresh, Haman’s wife and the mother of their children, and of her righteous right to hit Haman as well.
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