Addam Yekutieli aka Know Hope (b.1986), lives and works in Tel Aviv. Over the past decade, Yekutieli has developed a visual iconography and language used to mirror real-life situations and observations, and to document the notion of a collective human struggle.
Yekutieli’s works are placed both indoors and outdoors, in the form of site-specific installations, murals and assemblages, combining ready-made materials, mixed media pieces, photographs and text. By placing these works in public spaces, Yekutieli aims to make the separation between the emotional and political non-existent, and allow the viewers to see themselves in the larger context of their surroundings simply by recognizing each other.
My Allegiance is Often Misinterpreted, assemblage, 92.5×122.5 cm, 2019.
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