"At the center of the exhibition space, a private veiled polygon contains a one-color channel video projecting a daughter in traditional dress releases stones into the Paraguay River one by one. Tashlich Ritual, 2017 embodies a fragment of Levin Delgado’s journey of self-discovery, unification, and atonement. She journeyed from Israel to Paraguay for the first time (accompanied by photographer Mara Catalan), to meet extended family, and memorialize her father with a series of personalized rituals. Flowing from this first loving encounter are milestone moments like Found You. Cementerio Lambaré, and Forgiveness Ritual (photographs and mixed media on paper, 2017)."

[New York, NY] Katya Valevich is pleased to present WRITTEN IN WATER at SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW  new works by the artists Keren Anavy and Ronit Levin Delgado, an immersive installation venturing into the evanescent, extraterritorial realm of impermanence." Like the flow of a river, saluting the impermanence of existence through a symphony of authentic ritual, funeral practice, creative memorialization , and audience participation, Written in Water is a space for personal stories to transform into livening, inventive mourning. 

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Sympathy Flowers 

"In her work Levin Delgado turns on all the lights. Sympathy Flowers, her onsite durational performance happens daily in the space, one hour before closing; an improvisational and allegorical response to Sarah Friedland’s prompt:

 

If death were to dissolve me, what would I become to those I leave behind?

 

Gathering the energy of flowing water, Levin Delgado offers a natural rite of passage in performance, as she transitions each thought into a sculpture, a crystallized memory, a flower, a person. Each note is a life. Memos will be honored at the Jersey City Historic Cemetery in an offsite performance titled Final Arrangement . 

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