We are closing off 2018 with a selection of recent performances from our Silence Was Golden project. These golden balloons were blown up loosely around the Silk Road, including some of the most remote locations in Central Asia, such as the desert of Turkmenistan and other rugged and sparsely populated spots in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Up until now, Silence Was Golden was performed 382 times in 288 cities in 95 countries.
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See you in 2019!
Sea (#348), Astana International Airport, Astana
Walk (#370), Zenkov Cathedral in Panfilov Park, Almaty
Fan (#373), Bayterek Tower, Astana
Nadav Kander – The Polygon Nuclear Test Site I (after the event), Kazakhstan, 2011
If it were possible to take a picture of the entire earth’s surface, the mosaic of human co-existence would be a sight to behold. Some areas are military grounds, mining cities or tourist destinations while others are education hubs just to mention a few. It is hard to appreciate that in the midst of all that are secrets as deep as the mystery of death. In the Dust series, as created by Nadav Kander’s, images of crows illuminated against the light of the moon in the darkness symbolizes how difficult it is to hide the truth. These images appear in the first three spreads, perhaps to prepare one’s mind to the secrets about to be uncovered.