Who Will Utter The Mighty Acts of Israel [Hebrew text]
whole: The black and white photographic image occupies the whole page, except for a thin band of black running across the
bottom of the page. This contains one line of white English and Hebrew text. The image is a photograph of a collage which comprises of the
background photograph and four lines of black type, orientated right, backed by white scrap paper.
image: A photograph of a women in a floral dress being supported as she collapses in tears. Text is collaged onto the image as described
above. The collage has been re-photographed.
text:'Tartakover. Produce of Israel. Photo David Seymour. 1182. Second Edition 1298' [+Hebrew] '1182' [+Hebrew].
'1' stuck on reverse with sellotape- refers to reference list provided by the artist [see artist
'Poster issued following the massacre of the Christian forces in the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and Shatilla in
Lebanon [Sept. 17-18, 1982]. A week after the massacre a demonstration attended by a mass of 400,000 was held in Tel Aviv, demanding to
establish a commission of inquiry into the massacre, a withdrawl from Lebanon, and the government resignation. ' DT
The title appears to refer to Psalm 106: 'Who can utter the mighty acts of the Lord? Who can shew forth all his