With wry humor, Tamar Latzman explores the nature of memory — real and fictional — by recalling five dreams in two different modes.Making use of themes derived from the twentieth-century Jewish-European history, the piece raises questions of identity, collective memory, and cultural stereotypes. Chapters in order of appearance: Memory of a nose, Baader-Meinhof, Cutting a mustache, Tempting Joseph, and Cooking dinner for Adolf.
Tamar Latzman is an Israeli artist currently based in New York. Latzman works mainly in stills and video installations. She is the recipient of the Nerken Scholarship Fund of UJA-Federation of New York 2009, 2010 and the Sharet Scholarship 2004-2005 for young artists from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation. Latzman is a recent graduate of the MFA, School of Visual Arts, Photography Video and Related Media Department. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally.
Saturday, September 25th, 7:30 pm
112 Water Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn.