'Once I Was a House: is a pioneering artistic endeavour. Participating artists will descend upon a house in Caesarea in order to transform a silent witness into an organic, pulsating work of art - a palimpsest of the histories and experiences that inhabit the metaphysical dwelling space, which will remiain long after the physical structure is demolished. Th layering of site-specific artworks, interwoven with memories will inhabit the space. This will be achieved over a period of 72 hours and will be auctioned for charity.'
curated by Deborah Shahar, Naomi Setton and Rei Dishon