White marble glass zig-zags through as the edge of the balcony. Starting from the left, other balconies of the building edge out in browns. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s folding surface elongates, sparkling in greys and silvers, extending to the edge of the left frame, meeting the frame next to it. The right piece shows a glimpse of the colorful city buildings with the beach in the back far right. A tomato plant grows in the front right on the balcony.
Two frames were used to capture and emphasize the wide view, and windowpanes were used to frame the piece for the viewer to be ‘looking out’ from their old Tel Aviv home!