When a name becomes a place, 1987
Brass, bronze 30 x 520 Cm.
The MeNORaH, https://en.wikipedia.org/
Drawing of the (original) MeNORaH, made by RaMBaM / Maimonides (1138-1204), in the Oxford manuscript of 'Commentary to the Mishnah' (Menachot ch. 3)
the MeNORaH depicted on the Arch of Titus, Rome, should be explained as the image of the wax sprues which were attached to the positive replica of the original MeNORaH.
Therefore, the seven branched candleholder depicted on the Arch, is as a matter of fact, a representation of the wax rods, the treelike wax spures which were added to the positive replica of the MeNORaH before the casting.
It is crucial to remember, that the sprues are removed after the casting, and the object is polished.
Lost-wax casting http://www.wikiwand.
com/en/Lost-wax_casting http://www.linda-shaw.com/h_ casting/casting_2/casting_2. htm
The Arch of Titus, Via Sacra, Rome
This is what the doubling of MaKOM designating,
the sum-total of Measurement in MOED.
And in so far as the doubling of MaKOM is a projection of itself,
the promise which has been made in GaLUT is the rule, much rather than the exception. This is most obvious, GaLUT is a written text, a readable but a concealed architectural plan, a repetitive gesture for which purpose is to over come the absence of MaKOM.
Please note: the word מועד MOED in Hebrew means - Appointed time, Specific time, Specific date ; Commemorative date.
(When a name becomes a place), 1985
Bronze, brass, walking stick (...for blind person),
20 x 70 x 105 Cm.