OSHER
man, death, jewish

In search of a person, knowing he cannot be found, but continuing nonetheless the search, the author does find him - outside the material world - in specific rituals and objects.

To ponder about the disappearance of a loved one and using art to find perpetuity from what starts to fade out from the material world.

 

This projects reflects about life and death. What can be touched, and what is left. 

OSHER by Deborah Elenter, self published with support from Asylum Arts, 2020.
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(Limited edition, 100 copies. Price: USD 25)
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Photobook presentation at the Photography Center in Montevideo, Uruguay on October 2021 (Centro de Fotografía de Montevideo). The full presentation can be seen here
TV interview about Deborah Elenter's OSHER photobook (October 2021).