Gamla Square | Hadera
A traffic circle at the entrance to Eco-Park
Since 2017, the sculpture has stood in this new neighborhood, at the entrance to Hadera’s Eco-Park. It corresponds through its naive and detailed language with the surroundings of the youthful and family-oriented population that inhabits the neighborhood.
Cubes with nostalgia and personal interpretation, which find expression in the choice of fabrics and patterns printed upon the concrete as an illusion of softness in manual labor.
The composition and variety of the patterns and images are intended to create a sense of naivety and childhood memories.
The composition and various patterns are designed to create a sensation of innocence and familiarity. The sculpture is stationed in this new neighborhood, at the entrance to Hadera’s Eco-Park. It corresponds through its innocent and detailed-filled language with the surroundings of the youthful and family-oriented population that inhabits the neighborhood.
Materials: Concrete in the Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) method and paint.
Eight elements, each one of which is 120 cm in size, painted in weather and wear-resistant paints.
The work was created in the Concrete Studio at the Neot Smadar Arts Center.
The sculpture was ordered by the Hadera Municipality and the Hadera Economic Development Corporation in 2017.