Ritual Objects: Stains

Rabbinic interpretations regarding ritual impurity written during the Babylonian times are still followed today. This piece looks at rabbinic interpretations of the biblical laws of Niddah (separation) through the stains on a person’s clothing.

The artist engages in a dialogue about a Jewish woman’s agency over her own body, while the form ( the ‘exhibit’ case) investigates the role of museum object as performance.

Wood, glass, cloth, beans, paper