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Current Exhibition
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Torsten and Katja, a middle-aged couple, go to a train station and pick up Daniel, a young soldier, who has just returned from Afghanistan. The intimacy between parents and son is ambiguous, and the atmosphere feels unsettling. The next day, the couple sit in their car again and drive to the station. Another young soldier is waiting at the same place.

Through a series of shadowy encounters and reenactments, which make it difficult to distinguish the real from the unreal, Continuity explores experiences of loss, memory, and haunting within the specific familial-historical setting on-screen, extending to encompass individual and collective traumas from other places and times.
Fast’s films and video installations often blur the boundaries between factual and fictional elements, reality and fantasy, creating hybrid genres that simultaneously examine and defy cinematic conventions. Through repetition, fragmentation, and creative storytelling, his works explore how narratives, personal, as well as cultural and political, are constructed and transformed, making the viewer aware of the multiple perspectives any communicated experience entails.

Curator: Dr. Shir Aloni Yaari

Artist: Omer Fast



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