SKIP - a wall sculpture, 2012
shown along with some drawings at "Anthrory" group show
at the Artists Studios Art Cube Gallery, Jerusalem

The tempo and the tension that Navok creates between stasis
and dynamism is also maintained in her piece, Skip, based on
the use of banal elements such as skipping ropes, shoelaces, a
shoe, and metal rods. She connects them to form architectonic
and geometric forms resonating with formalist, modernist and
constructivist sculptural traditions. Navok blurs the division
between architecture and sculpture and challenges the transition
point from the two-dimensional to the three-dimensional. She
creates a dialectics between form and function.
(Avi Lubin)