Religious ceremonies are meant to create a lasting link between the past and present
, capturing events at a particular moment in time and thereby etching them into our memory.
In modern times, “memory” is also a function of technology,
particularly as it relates to computers and the disks which store and retrieve data.
This folding Passover seder plate, acts as the nexus between contemporary memory options
- (The plates are inspired by the shape of compact disk holder, and were produced using a computer) –
- and G-d’s mandate that we remember our days of bondage, and our escape to freedom and liberty.
- The interplay between past and present, records of events and records of knowledge, is keenly reflected in this piece.