Urban Artistic Hosting Platform at Ha’Dira

28/5/2021–3/7/2021

Artists-in-Residency: Anat Litwin and Sally Krysztal
Guest Artists: Lee Barbu, Yael Gronner, Roni Hajaj and Alisa Lyudinshina, Lou Moria, Bar Flesch
Program curator: Architect Sabrina Cegla

Urban Artistic Hosting Platform (UAHP) is the inaugural exhibition at HaDira, the Liebling Haus Residency Program. UAHP By artists Anat Litwin and Sally Krysztal examines the role of art in the city through critical practices of artistic residency. Marking the end of their creative collaboration at the Liebling Haus’ third-floor apartment, the exhibition launches the next chapter, inviting the public to explore the space.

The exhibition exposes the visual and conceptual language developed at the apartment during the residency through extensive research and dialogue. It features a series of installations that reappropriate the house and the city. The former home of the Scheuer family - who emigrated from Germany in the 1930s - is now an art space focusing on residency, lingering, conservation, and memory. The home emerges as a new cultural anchor and civil space confronting capitalist power structures in an evolving urban reality. The exhibition is the latest addition to UAHP, part of Litwin’s Ph.D. candidate in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. (Adviser: Prof. Rachel Kallus.)

Litwin is an artist and researcher, founder of the Homebase Project and UAHP, a Ph.D. candidate in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, and a fellow of the Ariane de Rothschild Women Doctoral Program. Krysztal is a multidisciplinary artist inspired by traditional crafts and local knowledge, body, movement, and performance. Her work evolves within the tension between presence and absence.
Artists-in-Residency: Anat Litwin and Sally Krysztal
Guest Artists: Lee Barbu, Yael Gronner, Roni Hajaj and Alisa Lyudinshina, Lou Moria, Bar Flesch
Program curator: Architect Sabrina Cegla

Urban Artistic Hosting Platform (UAHP) is the inaugural exhibition at HaDira, the Liebling Haus Residency Program. UAHP By artists Anat Litwin and Sally Krysztal examines the role of art in the city through critical practices of artistic residency. Marking the end of their creative collaboration at the Liebling Haus’ third-floor apartment, the exhibition launches the next chapter, inviting the public to explore the space.

The exhibition exposes the visual and conceptual language developed at the apartment during the residency through extensive research and dialogue. It features a series of installations that reappropriate the house and the city. The former home of the Scheuer family - who emigrated from Germany in the 1930s - is now an art space focusing on residency, lingering, conservation, and memory. The home emerges as a new cultural anchor and civil space confronting capitalist power structures in an evolving urban reality. The exhibition is the latest addition to UAHP, part of Litwin’s Ph.D. candidate in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. (Adviser: Prof. Rachel Kallus.)

Litwin is an artist and researcher, founder of the Homebase Project and UAHP, a Ph.D. candidate in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, and a fellow of the Ariane de Rothschild Women Doctoral Program. Krysztal is a multidisciplinary artist inspired by traditional crafts and local knowledge, body, movement, and performance. Her work evolves within the tension between presence and absence.

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