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“Ktubism” is a paraphrase of cubism, the radical art movement initiated by Picasso and Braque at the beginning of the 20th century. “Ktav” means in Hebrew “writing”. “Ktubism” lets go of the two dimensional representation of Hebrew writing by depicting it from a multitude of viewpoints. This time the signifier and the signified are torn apart, revealing deeper layers of the signifier, deeper levels of the visual representation of the Hebrew letters.

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