LandEscape Art Review - Page 6

Land scape
CONTEMPORARY ART REVIEW
LandEscape meets

Alicia Shahaf

An interview by and
, curator
, curator
I think my personal history had influence on my artistic approach long before I went to school at Camera Obscura . I was born in Argentina in a marxist , atheist and very intelligent family . Culture and art were a supreme value . Judaism was in the background , but we treated it as a fact and not as something that affected our lives . When I was 10 my family decided to move to Israel . It was a family decision , not political or zionist issue . I learned a new language , new customs , I discovered my connection to Judaism - I realized that I belong to a people that has a history , a language and idiosyncrasy , beside the fact I was born in Argentina . What impressed me most in this new