Ten years ago, the Israeli artist Micha Ullman realised his floor sculpture “STUFEN” in St. Matthew’s Church in Berlin’s Kulturforum: seven steps filled with Israeli sand leading into the church’s subfloor.
A homage both to the seven days of creation and to the history of the people of Israel as the enduring foundation of the Christian faith. The human body, which gives the work its measure, remains invisible. Micha Ullman’s works revolve around the invisible …
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Abb. oben: Micha Ullman, Drei Gruben, 1975, Herzlia, Israel © Courtesy Artist