Clay or flour. Plaster or Tahini. Kiln or oven. Dirt or food. Are they really that different from each other? ERETZ blurs the boundaries we have become accustomed to by questioning perceptions of foodstuff and raw materials. When reminded of the close connection we have to the world, to the ground, clay and flour can be blended under a rolling pin, come together in baking molds, and become one in an oven that knows how to contain both ingredients. The domestic kitchen becomes a workshop, producing utensils from the ground we live on, and to which they are destined to return.

Liri Septon