Not Yet, No. 2, 2010
Wood, silicone, words “not yet” in Hebrew and Arabic, pencil
72 x 72 in / 183 x 183 cm
The words, “Not Yet” in Hebrew and Arabic represent a psychological state. Constant temporality, “Not Yet” is a driving force of action and self-regeneration. It is a zone where everything is possible.Linearly organizing the piece are incomplete rows and gaps. Using a range of blues and greens, words fill the picture plane, collecting mixed emotions. Probing the knitted fabric of social connection, “Not Yet, No. 2” explores the meaning of one single thread (or even one single idea) that has looped into itself.
Transliterations: Hebrew – Ada’in Lo / Classical Arabic – Hatta