Accelerator: Uri Nir, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, April-July 2011
"...The second floor contains an installation of doors flashing like an electrical storm: ten door-like light boxes made of Plexiglas after photographs; their location in the space signifies a composition of rooms without walls... The doors themselves are the only items in the film "Accelerator" physically present as objects in the exhibition. As if the vision has ended, but its beatings continue, and they flicker on in the same rhythm and intensity, in a cyclical frequency of 3:51".
"...The film 'Second Chance' is projected from a screen mounted on an aggregate of public telephone booths. The telephones are cast in clay and painted; the booths are made of Plexiglas and tin, which were cut, reassembled, and compressed into a cubic structure. The telephone receivers hang/droop downward, sending forth a musical tune. The film's soundtrack is the sound accompanying the entire show, obeying the duration of its time cycle. By compressing the telephone booth units, the physical spaces between the urban telephones are translated into the time intervals between musical notes."