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V'nitzak (And We Cried Out)
When does one cry out to the Lord? When one is in despair. The use of mat board was a breakthrough for me. I wanted to capture the very depths of despair and, using board, I cut the edges and built ten layers on the left side and an even number of layers on the right. These numbers are very significant in Jewish thought: as in the Ten Commandments, ten in a minyan (quorum); Yom Kippur falls on the tenth of the month of Tishrei; seven represents the seven days of creation, seven matriarchs and patriarchs, and seven blessings for seven days after a wedding. At its highest point, the card is 1.7 centimeters (0.7 inches) high, decreasing to a low of 1.4 centimeters (0.6 inches). I chose to place the text as the very bottom layer almost in a pit. The word V'nitzak is red, like a drop of blood that once again indicates suffering. This page weighs more than 5 pounds.
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