Herzlia Museum of Contemporary Art, the New Israeli Fund for Cinema and Television and Logi channel.
Children’s talk by non-children artists is a challenge per se.
A child is not aware of the physical reality, forcefully based on the criteria of time-space.
A child actually lives in a mythic time, in which reality and imagination are in continuous symbiosis and dialogue. Thus the child’s art work or playground represents a reality designed by the infant imaginative curtain.
Unawareness of the threatening causality, characterizing existence, endows the child with flexibility, enabling him to step in and out of his game, confusing the real with the imagined.
Adult artists are unable to remain flexible as a child: The mentally sick are compelled to create idiosyncratic art, while the non-mentally sick are doomed to create under the cloud of a conscious choice.
In human civilization the Golden Ages, the Mythic times represent the fantastic freedom of causality. One can be an animal and a human at one and same time, a flying horse, a talking tree…
The Dream world, myth, storytelling or even faiths are free of the ravages inflicted by causality.
Human condition, along civilization, may mirror the tension existent between the finality of the physical on one hand and the hope to overcome the anxiety facing death by an alternative creation of a spiritual Mana (Life force)