Color has always been a source of division and status in history. But what determines its status and why? Although white is usually considered the color of sanctity and purity, the traditional color of the Tefillin is black.
Weiss confronts the viewer with the white Tefillin, transforming them into “designer Tefillin”, not as a provocation, but as a true question: “Why not in white?”.
the work was created for the “Yes-No, Black-White” exhibition