Paper Walls is an ongoing project, a series of wallpapers I create by photographing types of flowers and plants that are recognizably Israeli, plants that carry collective memories and local symbolism. In a meticulous process, I construct seamless, endlessly continuous, detailed, high-resolution patterns that are printed on high quality wallpaper. This is my interpretation of a domestic aesthetic, bringing together memories of richly decorated home interiors in the former USSR and the common and generic subject-matter of local Israeli landscapes.
I print these wallpapers in any size to create site-specific installations in exhibitions, public spaces and private residences. The patterns are also available in a 95x240 cm format, printed and mounted on wooden panels.
The images in the ‘Patterns’ section depict all works on a scale of 200x100 cm.