The Unreachable Green is a site specific installation that combines video, sculpture and performance. In exhibition at The International Biennial of Contemporary Art in Curitiba, Brazil, from September 2019 to January 2020. The project explores issues of identity and nomadism alongside the experience of the individual facing capitalist structures.
This is collaborative event by fashion designer Dima Leu and the artist Meital Katz-Minerbo. The two will work together in the exhibition space for two days, where they will present the exhibition from a new perspective. The collaboration will will deal with some of their shared subject matters: the hybrid and the mobility of identity through fashion.
Other is a site-specific work that derives from the artist's interest in the fusion between art and fashion on one hand, and in the hybrid character of The Cactus Man: the merging of a cactus and a man into an androgenic creature covered with thorns.
The Sensitive Plant, Meital Katz-Minerbo’s site-specific installation, offers a reflexive look at aspects of sex and gender, drawing inspiration from 19th century poetic and visual sources, alongside themes from the world of science and botany.