The rooftops of Tel-Aviv are full of old TV reception antennas. Alas, no signal comes their way, since wireless transmissions were halted over a decade ago - but no one bothered to take down the useless antennas, leaving them as a purposeless, rusting, piece of visual noise. 
In this work, heavily inspired by Japanese Shodo calligraphy,  I document these unintentional sculptures to ask questions about culture, aesthetics (and what can be considered beautiful), and the subjective nature of photography.
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