It is commonly assumed that clothes define the person wearing them, but they are much more than that. The “uninhabited” cloth becomes no more than a vestige of a bygone human presence, similar to the empty chair allegory. When exhibited publicly it defines mainly the environment and status of a person. Atalia Katz, Debbie Morag and Ora Setter each present, individually, a series of photographs that address this issue.
Curator: Dr. Nissan N. Perez