Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters
Acting Characters



Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Watercolors, pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Ink, pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Installation view
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Watercolors, pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Watercolors, pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
Acting Characters, 2005-2010
Pen on paper
Dan Gallery, 2011, Tel-Aviv
Curator: Ravit Harari
|+|Acting Charaters \ Moran Goodes

In the series “Acting Characters”, Yudkovik presents drawings of men wearing animal masks: modern minotaurs of sorts, who have semi-erotic relations with each other. The mask on the naked body exaggerates the sexual tension between the characters and discloses the erotic situation as a natural one in which the source of attraction exists but is hidden from sight and is kept a secret. The drawings imply different sexual encounters that amplify the phallocentric terminology of conqueror-conquered.