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Jack Jano
Creation's Details
Title: Without a connection without a separation
Year: 2005
Dimensions: 140x160x140 cm.                                                 Material: Metal

All the formations are responsible, one for the other. They are not joined together and they are not separate. One individual unit rests on another. One supports the other and the one above. There are those units that are more strengthening and supportive than others. There are smaller and larger ones, and together they build the whole, creating an external form possessing substance. An outline is created which is reminiscent of, or symbolic of the Temple, a large house; a collection representing a city, a village, a synagogue, or a grave.
The silent structures are a symbol of life for people: there is a link between a house and man, between the individual and the group. The structures made from iron are doomed to extinction, as is man – he returns to the earth.
The animate spirit lives in the spaces within structures. It is found both inside and outside the individual. It joins the I and the We to each other. It is a partner to, and flows through, all material form. All the structures are a part of what takes place, in the physical strengthening between one and the other.
With the assembly of one, with the assembly of the other, comes the support. Just as structure strengthens structure, so does spirit support spirit, all the time, everywhere, and in all interludes. Because it exists, unbounded by time.

 

Statement

All the formations are responsible, one for the other. They are not joined together and they are not separate. One individual unit rests on another. One supports the other and the one above. There are those units that are more strengthening and supportive than others. There are smaller and larger ones, and together they build the whole, creating an external form possessing substance. An outline is created which is reminiscent of, or symbolic of the Temple, a large house; a collection representing a city, a village, a synagogue, or a grave.
The silent structures are a symbol of life for people: there is a link between a house and man, between the individual and the group. The structures made from iron are doomed to extinction, as is man – he returns to the earth.
The animate spirit lives in the spaces within structures. It is found both inside and outside the individual. It joins the I and the We to each other. It is a partner to, and flows through, all material form. All the structures are a part of what takes place, in the physical strengthening between one and the other.
With the assembly of one, with the assembly of the other, comes the support. Just as structure strengthens structure, so does spirit support spirit, all the time, everywhere, and in all interludes. Because it exists, unbounded by time.

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