Street art, sculptures and inspiration at Tel Aviv University
One Saturday I took a street art walk at Tel Aviv University. Unfortunately, I did not find graffiti in the compound, but to my delight I did come across some works (mainly outdoor sculptures) by leading artists in Israel, among others you will find in the post works by: David Gerstein, Menashe Kadishman and Ron Arad. So you are also not students at Tel Aviv University but outdoor sculptures speak to you – you are welcome to visit …
CYBER HORSE is a work of thousands of computer components and virus-infected cell phones. It represents the increasing use of malware, and the transformation of cyber space into a hostile place.
As in the mythological story, the horse stands at the gates of the International Cyber Conference, hiding in it bad news and waiting for the doors to open. Will he be able to get inside, or will conference attendees block him out?