Ph. © The Sota ProjectKunsthalle Galapagos in Brooklyn – New York is pleased to present“The Sota Project”, an immersive, multilayered video installation that reenacts a controversial text from the Talmud. A tale of two sisters, bound together in symbiotic loyalty, that unfolds in both time and three-dimensional space.

Housed in an expansive, historic horse-stable above Galapagos Art Space, opened in September 2010, Ofri Cnaani’s ambitious piece, after 5 years of intense and amazing work, invites viewers to step into room-sized moving panoramas, and walk through an enigmatic and disturbing ancient story, that has hardly been told.

Sota, an anonymous Biblical story, recounts the tale of two sisters, Sota and Bekhorah, who are bound together in symbiotic loyalty when Sota’s husband accuses her of infidelity. Against a backdrop of jealousy, betrayal, judgment, ritual humiliation, and ultimately death, Cnaani’s installation depicts a deceptively simple moral parable, that unfolds in countless ways.

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Video projections on all four walls of the exhibition space will allow multiple narratives to develop concurrently, thus calling into question the notion of a single, coherent truth. “The Sota Project”uses the most current new media technologies while employing storytelling techniques inspired by ancient Greco-Roman murals and Renaissance tapestries. After Kunsthalle Galapagos’ presentation, The Sota Project will travel to the Rothschild 69 in Tel Aviv.

A specially commissioned editioned sculpture, and a fully illustrated book, published by Sternthal Books accompany the exhibition. Sold separately.

To read more about The Sota Project and watch short video visit:

The Sota Project by Ofri Cnaani

From February 16th to April 23rd, 2011

Kunsthalle Galapagos,

16 Main St., second floor, DUMBO, Brooklyn, New York

F train to Jay Street or C train to High Street.

Opening hours: Tue-Sat, from 12,00 to 18,00

For further information please contact:

Elizabeth Grady at or

Julie McKim at