While trying to identity a tune that she remembered from her childhood, the artist set out on a personal journey and discovered it of a song sung at Bene Israeli funerals. Yardena created a 3D replica of her skull, inverted it and converted it into a vessel filled with water. This was charged with the song, which was recreated on a cello, resulting in a series of cymatic images merging the passage of time and the memories left behind in a single element.

 2018, 426” x 45”, Inkjet print on Hahnemuhle Photo rag

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