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7000  I  Nilly Mozer

The name of this piece, 7000, is also the number of units it contains.

These 7000 units represents cultures, nations, and different languages (Hebrew / Arabic / English / Hindi / Japanese / Russian etc.), but while it lays together in one pile it is clear that there is no difference between one unit to another, between one person and another. Regardless of the shape and color of particular letters, we all share the same world and have, in fact, one story.

Warm and inviting colors were chosen for this piece, aspiring for a world of warmth, unity, harmony, and solidarity. It is intended that while viewing at the artwork, the distinction between individual units will fade and turn into a potpourri of colors and shapes, just as it happens in everyday life.

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