photographer / artist
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  Untitled (Shlomi) Dead Sea, 2011 (60/90 cm)      "David Adika’s photographic installation, EQUATOR, explores the imaginary lines which divide people and places: East and West, North and South, past and present. In a series of color and black & white archival inkjet prints representing four geographically diverse regions in Israel, Adika creates a map of experience, written across the face of the Israeli landscape and its people, where lines that divide also connect and borders become meeting points, marking spaces of correspondence".     [ Jordan Rockford, Curator ]

Untitled (Shlomi) Dead Sea, 2011 (60/90 cm) 

"David Adika’s photographic installation, EQUATOR, explores the imaginary lines which divide people and places: East and West, North and South, past and present. In a series of color and black & white archival inkjet prints representing four geographically diverse regions in Israel, Adika creates a map of experience, written across the face of the Israeli landscape and its people, where lines that divide also connect and borders become meeting points, marking spaces of correspondence". 

[ Jordan Rockford, Curator ]

  Untitled (Man in the Dryland, Yehiel Shemi), Cabri 2012 (90/120 cm) 

Untitled (Man in the Dryland, Yehiel Shemi), Cabri 2012 (90/120 cm) 

  Untitled (Uri) Dead Sea, 2009-2012 (50/75 cm)     

Untitled (Uri) Dead Sea, 2009-2012 (50/75 cm) 

 

  Untitled (TOYOTA)    2009    Dead Sea, 2012 (50/75 cm)     

Untitled (TOYOTA) 2009 Dead Sea, 2012 (50/75 cm) 

 

   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]     

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

  Untitled (Damaged Landscape A) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140) 

Untitled (Damaged Landscape A) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140) 

  Untitled (Damaged Landscape B) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140)     

Untitled (Damaged Landscape B) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140)

 

    Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]      

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

  Untitled (Snir) TLV 2007, 2012 (30/40 cm)  

Untitled (Snir) TLV 2007, 2012 (30/40 cm) 

  Untitled (Black Figure) Tel Aviv 2012 (90/120)  

Untitled (Black Figure) Tel Aviv 2012 (90/120) 

  Untitled (Arbel and the Sea of Galilee), 2012 (45/80 cm)     

Untitled (Arbel and the Sea of Galilee), 2012 (45/80 cm) 

 

  Untitled (Statue of Liberty) 2012, Arabe'e-Shakhnin 2008 (45/80 cm)     

Untitled (Statue of Liberty) 2012, Arabe'e-Shakhnin 2008 (45/80 cm)

 

   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]     

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

  Untitled (Via Dolorosa) Jerusalem, 2012 (70/100 cm)

Untitled (Via Dolorosa) Jerusalem, 2012 (70/100 cm)

   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

  Untitled (Jaffa Looks at Tel Aviv) 2012 (90/120 cm)

Untitled (Jaffa Looks at Tel Aviv) 2012 (90/120 cm)

  Untitled (tel Aviv Sunset) 2012 (50/60 cm)  

Untitled (tel Aviv Sunset) 2012 (50/60 cm) 

   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]    

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

Untitled (Shlomi) Dead Sea, 2011 (60/90 cm) 

"David Adika’s photographic installation, EQUATOR, explores the imaginary lines which divide people and places: East and West, North and South, past and present. In a series of color and black & white archival inkjet prints representing four geographically diverse regions in Israel, Adika creates a map of experience, written across the face of the Israeli landscape and its people, where lines that divide also connect and borders become meeting points, marking spaces of correspondence". 

[ Jordan Rockford, Curator ]

Untitled (Man in the Dryland, Yehiel Shemi), Cabri 2012 (90/120 cm) 

Untitled (Uri) Dead Sea, 2009-2012 (50/75 cm) 

 

Untitled (TOYOTA) 2009 Dead Sea, 2012 (50/75 cm) 

 

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

Untitled (Damaged Landscape A) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140) 

Untitled (Damaged Landscape B) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140)

 

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

Untitled (Snir) TLV 2007, 2012 (30/40 cm) 

Untitled (Black Figure) Tel Aviv 2012 (90/120) 

Untitled (Arbel and the Sea of Galilee), 2012 (45/80 cm) 

 

Untitled (Statue of Liberty) 2012, Arabe'e-Shakhnin 2008 (45/80 cm)

 

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

Untitled (Via Dolorosa) Jerusalem, 2012 (70/100 cm)

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

Untitled (Jaffa Looks at Tel Aviv) 2012 (90/120 cm)

Untitled (tel Aviv Sunset) 2012 (50/60 cm) 

Equator, Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]

 

  Untitled (Shlomi) Dead Sea, 2011 (60/90 cm)      "David Adika’s photographic installation, EQUATOR, explores the imaginary lines which divide people and places: East and West, North and South, past and present. In a series of color and black & white archival inkjet prints representing four geographically diverse regions in Israel, Adika creates a map of experience, written across the face of the Israeli landscape and its people, where lines that divide also connect and borders become meeting points, marking spaces of correspondence".     [ Jordan Rockford, Curator ]
  Untitled (Man in the Dryland, Yehiel Shemi), Cabri 2012 (90/120 cm) 
  Untitled (Uri) Dead Sea, 2009-2012 (50/75 cm)     
  Untitled (TOYOTA)    2009    Dead Sea, 2012 (50/75 cm)     
   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]     
  Untitled (Damaged Landscape A) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140) 
  Untitled (Damaged Landscape B) Jerusalem, 2012 (120/140)     
    Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]      
  Untitled (Snir) TLV 2007, 2012 (30/40 cm)  
  Untitled (Black Figure) Tel Aviv 2012 (90/120)  
  Untitled (Arbel and the Sea of Galilee), 2012 (45/80 cm)     
  Untitled (Statue of Liberty) 2012, Arabe'e-Shakhnin 2008 (45/80 cm)     
   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]     
  Untitled (Via Dolorosa) Jerusalem, 2012 (70/100 cm)
   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]
  Untitled (Jaffa Looks at Tel Aviv) 2012 (90/120 cm)
  Untitled (tel Aviv Sunset) 2012 (50/60 cm)  
   Equator,  Installation View, The Open Lens Gallery, The Gershman Y,  (University of the Arts), Philadelphia 2012 [Curator: Jordan Rockford]