Four Smiles, 2012

Four Smiles, 2012

H328 x W130 x D1,5 cm

Summer's End, 2012

Summer's End, 2012

H248 x W100 x D1 cm

Up Here and There, 2012

Up Here and There, 2012

H400 x 157 x D126 cm

Spring Time, 2012

Spring Time, 2012

H314 x W115 x D1,5 cm

Sunny Moon, 2008

Sunny Moon, 2008

Dia. 271 x 15cm

Innerscapes on the move, 2008

Innerscapes on the move, 2008

Dia. 11.5m x 90 cm

Midnight Dance, 2012

Midnight Dance, 2012

Dia. 149 x D3 cm

Natural Tower, 2012

Natural Tower, 2012

H445 x 212 x D171 cm

All Reveal, 2012

All Reveal, 2012

H306 x W240 x D2 cm

Early Spring, 2006

Early Spring, 2006

H168 x W101 x D5 cm

Endless Column, 2012

Endless Column, 2012

H607 x W54 x D60 cm

Dry Leaves, 2012

Dry Leaves, 2012

H367 x W201 x D1,5 cm

Tongue in Cheek, 2010

Tongue in Cheek, 2010

H290 x W157 x D1,5 cm

Over the top, 2012

Over the top, 2012

H347 x W160 x D1,5 cm

Mid Spring, 2012

Mid Spring, 2012

Dia. 249 x 15 cm

Big Head, 2010

Big Head, 2010

H373 x W155 x D11

SINGAPORE BOTANIC GARDENS, 2012

Corten steel, measurements variable

Flowers and trees have long played a strong role in Ben-David’s practice and are now joined by “human butterflies”, which first made their appearance in his practice in 1990’s. Zadok Ben- David skilfully uses the butterflies as a metaphor for human attitudes and behaviour. This installation reflects his on-going engagement with the humanisation of nature as a mean to express emotion.

Photo credit - Barnaby Hindle

© 2020 by Zadok Ben-David

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