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In Beyond Guilt #2, for instance, made in collaboration with Maayan Amir, Sela arranged several meetings in a hotel room with Israeli men via a dating website.
Together with the way in which the three projections in Blinds and the six monitors in Man about Crowd are arranged, this amplifies the disorienting effect of the video installations.
Filmed from the side, the group appears almost sculptural, as if arranged, with several people sitting or relaxing in contraposto poses, flanked by two men sitting upright on either side of the image, who seem to be concentrating on the film the hardest.
There, arranged on two curved, white tiled platforms in a clinical-looking space flooded with bright white light, were eight sculptures of fired clay glazed in a muddy, brownish-green; at first sight somewhat indeterminate forms until, with a shock, the viewer recognizes them as the remains of animals: here and there a leg, a snout protrudes from the inert mass; trails of clay can be read as strips of hide or strands of wool from a sheep, tubular bits suggest ribs and bones that have been exposed.