Spectrum For An Untouchable by Meital YanivSpectrum For An Untouchable by Meital Yaniv

Spectrum For An Untouchable

byMeital Yaniv

Paperback | November 1, 2016

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Israel: my home, my friend, my chaperone, 
my guide, my heart.
Israel: my exile, my otherness, my boundary, 
myopia, my shadow.
 
Spectrum for an Untouchable is an experimental book that aspires to explain Israel, and what it means to be Israeli, from an autobiographical standpoint. The writing draws upon the color spectrum, interweaving it with memories, shapes, unseeable images, and gaps of vision in order to describe and question a place. Israel is written of as a person. It is a break-up that can never be complete, and a love that can never be fulfilled. It is a dream space that intertwines fear and pain with recognition and hope.
Born in Tel-Aviv Israel, Meital Yaniv is an interdisciplinary visual artist writer and filmmaker. Yaniv’s practice is built on a visual dialogue that bridges the personal and political conditions at the core of her origin. Together with Eve LaFountain and Ali Kheradyar, Yaniv initiated the conversation series, Feminism Today in May 201...
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Title:Spectrum For An UntouchableFormat:PaperbackDimensions:90 pages, 9.5 × 6.75 × 0.3 inPublished:November 1, 2016Publisher:Bedazzled Ink PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943837546

ISBN - 13:9781943837540

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"She lets all the forbidden thoughts and emotions, suppressed for a lifetime, spill onto the page. Her vulnerability is her strength as she deconstructs the memories, history, and narrative she inherited but never believed. And she challenges—at times aggressively—her fellow Israelis, 'all of you,' to ask with her: 'What if the dream is just an idea of a place that doesn’t exist?'" —Shelby Hartman, huffingtonpost.com