The following minimalist photography of the White Square is by Richard Jochum. Kikar Levana, which means White Square, is a public environmental sculpture located in Edith Wolfson Park, Tel Aviv and was designed by Dani Karavan. It is located at the top of a small hill, where Tel Aviv and Givatayim meet. The park is open to visitors around the clock, allowing them to admire and enjoy this beautiful artwork any time of day.
Richard Jochum is a conceptual artist who works in a wide variety of media, including video, interactive installation, performance, and photography. His artwork has been exhibited internationally more than 200 times, and he is currently a studio member at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and an associate professor of art and art education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Jochum earned his Ph.D. from the University of Vienna in 1997 and his MFA in sculpture and media art from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna in 2001. In addition to his artistic practice, he has several publications and research in the field of cultural theory, new media, and contemporary art, and has received numerous awards and grants.
© Photography: Richard Jochum