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This comprehensive book by artist duo Lital Dotan and Eyal Perry summarizes 5 years of activity as the Glasshouse project. Both an artistic laboratory and a home, the Glasshouse was first created by artists Lital Dotan & Eyal Perry in Tel-Aviv in 2007 with the basic concept that 'Art should be experienced in a place that allows staying'. After opening their home to the public as a live performance platform and art installation, Glasshouse TLV quickly gained national and international recognition. Over the next three years it grew to include educational and international artist-in-residency programs, and attracted many thousands visitors. The book includes two conversations with seminal performance artist Marina Abramovic about performance art in general and the Glasshouse project and essays by Moshe Zuckermann and Igal Vardi.
7 invitations is a gathering of essays that document and respond to seven projects made by artists, researchers and curators at Glasshouse ArtLifeLab during the years 2012- 2014. Each responds to an invitation extended by Lital Dotan & Eyal Perry to enter, to homage, to transgress, to resist, to tell, to fail and to construct. Contributing writers include: Sara Jane Bailes, Lital Dotan & Eyal Perry, Jennifer Johung, Zoya Kocur, Esther Neff and Nick Zedd. Glasshouse is a durational ArtLifeLab founded by artists Lital Dotan & Eyal Perry. Glasshouse in Brooklyn hosts performances, discussions, workshops, residencies and guided visits, all dedicated to promoting performance practices and discourse in the domestic sphere.