The exhibition displays works by various artists who look into the phenomenon of script: Daniel Ben-Hur draws the characters of the Hebrew alphabet blindfolded as a meditation exercise.
28 November 2003 - 29 February 2004
Jewish Museum Berlin, Libeskind Building, Ground floor, Art Gallery
Max Wechsler's works are based on script fragments which he copies repeatedly and assembles on top of one another to produce a differentiated surface structure. Oliver Siebeck's creations consist of sheets of paper typewritten with important dates in Spinoza's life. Ruth Liberman shows enlarged photographs of "shot words."