Merav Kamel and Halil Balabin have been working together since 2012. Their sculptures are hand-sewn, with great attention to details. These works echo folkloric traditions in Israeli art, and add new layers to them that bring out an associative way of thought—the attachment of different organs born of amputations, hybridizations and compositions that create a new object. They are mutations of lust and fantasy with a humorous tone, which mix together an array of familiar images: Cartoons, surrealism, poeticism, a mélange of the high and low, art history, and the conflicted and bizarre space of Israel. They spent their time at PRÁM Residency Program preparing for an exhibition of their works, which was curated by Šárka Koudelová and opened on Tuesday 23rd July, 2019.