The (terrifying) new feminist art that's taking off in Tel Aviv
'Lusitana,’ by Portuguese sculptor Joana Vasconcelos, winds its way down four flights of open space in Tel Aviv Museum, its tail and huge limbs spreading in all directions.
Currently suspended in the Tel Aviv Museum is an installation called “Lusitana,” created by Portugese sculptor Joana Vasconcelos. The body of Lusitana is covered in various colored cloth patches. She is a Valkyrie, a female figure from Norse mythology. Her body winds its way down four flights of an open space that makes up the “waterfall of light.” Her tail and...
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