Yehudit Yinhar (*1985 in Kibbutz Hatzor, Israel)
gsdghsdh, risograph, 29,7 x 21 cm, 2017
Graustufen — Pamphlet EditionThe weekly “Graustufen” (grayscales) leaflet bridges a gap between
The weekly “Graustufen” (grayscales) leaflet bridges a gap between political activism and artistic handcraft. Through its drawings, texts and printing techniques, it makes personal reference to current political topics (everything is political!). These are captured in their complexity and absurdity, and in a visual form they are rendered with the call: “Think twice and interfere!” Standing in the tradition of leaflets, “Graustufen” is handed out everywhere — sometimes from person to person, other times placed on seats of public transportation. Sometimes a conversation is born in result, sometimes silent resentment. It would be nice if the sheets would start to multiply by themselves! Copy, paste, give away!
“Graustufen” is accessible art; it belongs in public places for the people.