PROVOCATION (2015) is a mixed media sculpture. It was exhibited as part of the group exhibition "After 20 Years: Design, Memorial, Rabin" at The Vitrine Gallery, HIT, Holon. The work provokes the boundaries of Freedom of Speech in relation to discourses regarding the legal rights of life prisoner Igal Amir who assassinated Israel's Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in a cold blooded act.
Theory for a Starving Obese (2017) is both a book and an installation. During the years 2015-2017 I began writing Theory for a Starving Obese; a collection of essays and art criticism about exhibitions that took place in white cubes in New York. I was following my dissatisfaction, and hoped to delve deeper into the question “What is Contemporary Art?” At the end of a process, I sent seventeen envelopes to artists who exhibited solo shows in New York and whose works I have criticized. Each envelope consists of one digital drawing (שרבוט, pronounced Shirbut), DVD with the video Arabesque Mnemotecnichs (1&2&3), A Preface to Theory for a Starving Obese and a piece of art criticism.
Inescapable Droughts (2016) is a sculptural agglomeration exhibited at YARAT Studios, Baku. From corn fields to protected potatoes national park, through the desire to park an old Lada car by a brand new whole foods branch. Fetishizing agriculture, remembering some great escape, Inescapable Droughts ought to give some formal expression to the inorganic roles of the art observers we are who are wishing to organically perform an artistic emancipation.
HOBBY (2015) is a video installation that was exhibited at RawArt Gallery, Tel-Aviv. The exhibition details the effects of the porminent figures of the art market and their effects on the South Tel-Aviv gentrification process and the state of the artist - whether in regards to the economics of the art world, the personal interest of patrons or the social circumstances which this economy creates.
Devoted Companion to the Extreme Sacrifice (2016) is a proposal that brings Nu Couché from Beijing back to New York in order to discuss the outcomes of trade. It seeks to celebrate the chain reaction, to speculate a future of colossal inversions, or daydream about a moment in time when a contemporary work of art evolves into something else, into ethnographic artifact.
A Moment of Truce (2014) is a duo-exhibition that was exhibited at Ha'Hanut Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Hevel Shalom Resort is an architectural manifestation for a luxury hotel to be built underground in the Gaza Envelope.
Aliyah Market (2014) is a site specific and hyper realistic video installation that was exhibited at the STA Gallery, Tel-Aviv. The film WE ARE ALL AMERICAN$ (21:21 min) was screened through the exhibition.
'Ishai Shapira Kalter Presents Abed A-Rahman’s Exhibition: Things Can Always Be Otherwise than What They Are', 2013
Things Can Always Be Otherwise than What They Are! (2013) is an exhibition consisting of a short portrait film (13:10 minutes), a video work (7:22 minutes), a book (118 pg., hebrew), a contract and an installation combined with sculptures and neon text works.