Fuchise (淵瀬) - the notion chosen as the Japanese title of this exhibition - describes two types of river-water flow: one which is shallow and quick, the other deep and slow. In Japanese culture, Fuchise is one way to describe life as ephemeral and transient. In the works featured in this exhibition, by exploring the movement of water as well as the connection between patterns and folds, Yael touches upon the constant change reflected in the dynamism of the natural world.
Stencil paste-resist dyeing (Kata-zome), acid dyes, silk
80X112cm x12, 112X140cm x3, 220X315cm