Apr 1, 02:25 by Ivonne Dippmann
HOW I FORGOT TO REMEMBER TO FORGET / SHOSHANA DAMARI
Director of photography: Adi Shimony
Make up: Rebecca Kamely
Clothes: Dress of Shoshana Damari / Israeli Opera House Tel Aviv
Shoshana, how I forgot to remember to forget.
Video installation, 30 min loop
16 : 9, HDV
(1923 – February 14, 2006)
was a Yemenite-Israeli singer known as the “queen of Hebrew music.” She was born in Dhamar, Yemen. The family immigrated to Mandate Palestine in 1924 in the wake of growing persecution against the Jews, and settled in Rishon LeZion. Damari became known for her distinctive husky voice and Yemenite pronunciation. She was especially popular among Israeli soldiers, for whom she frequently performed.
How I forgot to remember to forget
C – print, dimensions variable